Producers are putting massive money for Dasara movie’s Pan India promotions

(Last Updated On: March 8, 2023)
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We already know that Nani’s upcoming film, Dasara is slated for a pan-India release on March 30, 2023, in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam languages. Made as a rustic drama, Dasara is set in the Godavarikhani coal mines backdrop, the makers are trying different and big for the promotions of the film.

It has become normal for Telugu films to be released simultaneously in multiple languages, but the producers of the movies did not put big money for other languages’ promotions, and they would rather just put a press meet for the promotions.

Even for Nani’s recent releases, the same thing happened but for Dasara it looks like Nani has immense confidence in the film, and it is reported that he forced the makers to promote the film in a big way, and he is very confident the film will work in all languages and the makers also have no objection to spend for promotions as they know if the movie works in all languages the returns at the box office will be in crores for them.

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According to the latest reports, Dasara’s team is planning several promotional events in the North Regions starting from Mumbai and Lucknow. Also, Nani’s transformation look with long hair and a thick beard has been receiving positive feedback from the netizens.

Recently, on the eve of Nani’s 39th birthday on February 24th, the team had birthday celebrations for Nani in thirty-nine theaters across the twin Telugu states. Later, news came out that the team is planning to host an event in Chennai and release the third single from the audio album.

Directed by Srikanth Odela, Dasara is set in the 80s period in Telangana. Keerthy Suresh is the female lead in the film while Dheekshith Shetty, Samuthirakani, Zarina Wahab, Sai Kumar, Shine Tom Chacko and Rajsekhar Aningi appear in other key roles. The film is produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri and the music for the film is composed by Santhosh Narayanan.

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