Ravi Teja's much-anticipated Telugu movie Daruvu has cleared the formalities of the Censor Board and received 'UA' certificate from it on Tuesday (May 15). The Board has asked the producers of the film to delete certain slangs used in the film, which is expected to release in theatres across the globe on May 25.
Recently, the officials from the Censor Board have watched the movie Daruvu and they have reportedly ordered the producers to delete more than 15 slangs like 'neeyabba', 'nakodaka', 'lutcha', etc. They have suggested them to replace these slangs with other decent words. It has also asked to blurr the visuals of money under the feet of Brahmanandam.
However, Daruvu is produced by Burugupalli Shivaramakrishna under the banner of Sri Venkateshwara Entertainments. It is a socio-fanatasy film written and directed by Siva and it features Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja and Tapsee in lead roles. Vijay Antony has composed music, while Vetrivel handled camera work for the film. Ramesh Gopi and Anil Ravipudi have penned the dialogues.