Telangana bill likely to delay 'Yevadu' release
Chennai: The release of Ram Charan Teja-starrer Telugu action-drama 'Yevadu', slated to hit the screens on December 19, may be delayed if the Telangana bill is introduced by the central government next month, said its producer Dil Raju.
"I'm planning to release the film on December 19 if the Telangana bill is not passed. I haven't decided on postponing the film, but if the bill is passed and it is likely to create some agitation, then I plan to release the film during Sankranti next year in January," Raju told us.
The United Progressive Alliance has taken a decision to carve out a separate state of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. The move has not found favour with people from the Seemandhra region of the state.
'Yevadu' was supposed to be released during August earlier this year, but it had to be postponed due to the matter.
Now the bill for the creation of the new state of Telangana will be tabled in parliament during its winter session, beginning December 5.
'Yevadu', directed by Vamsi Paidipalli, also stars Amy Jackson, Shruti Haasan, Kajal Aggarwal and Allu Arjun. It will be Ram Charan's third release after 'Naayak' and 'Zanjeer' this year, if it doesn't get postponed in December.
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