Featuring Rashmika Mandanna and Dhruva Sarja in the lead roles, Pogaru is directed by Nanda Kishore.
Following controversies and uproar, director Nandakishore of Pogaru fame has agreed to remove 14 scenes from his film. This comes after members of the Brahmin community got offended with certain scenes. Starring Dhruva Sarja and Rashmika Mandanna, Pogaru released in theatres on February 19 and received a lukewarm response from the audience. After the intervention of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, the makers and the Brahmin community reached a conclusion today.
Directed by Nanda Kishore, the film revolves around the protagonist Shiva, played by Dhruva Sarja. He is seen as a rugged youth who is loved by people as he stands up for injustice. Pogaru is bank rolled by BK Gangadhar under his home banner Sri Jagadguru Movies. It marked Dhruva Sarja”s debut in Tollywood and Kollywood. The film was released in in Telugu as Pogaru and Semma Thimiru in Tamil. Media reports suggest that the film was made on a budget of Rs 25 crore.
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Apart from the lead actors, Pogaru also stars Dhananjay, Raghavendra Rajkumar, P Ravi Shankar, Kai Greene, Sadhu Kokila, Kutti Prathap and Morgan Aste in key roles. Director Nanda Kishore was quoted as saying by India Today, “We did not intend to hurt anyone. All the controversial scenes in the movie will be removed and the viewers won’t know the difference. This film is like my child and the edits won’t affect the storyline.”
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