‘Liger’ to be released on Aug 25

Dashing director Puri Jagannath and rowdy hero Vijay Devarakonda’s film Liger will be released worldwide on August 25, which has been made as a Pan India movie. In this backdrop, the film team has intensified the movie promotions and has already released the movie teaser, trailer and songs and they got a remarkable response. It seems that this film, which is getting ready for release, has recently completed the censor work.

According to the Censor Board, Liger film seems to have a run time of around 2 hours and 20 minutes. Action sequences and songs and other scenes in the movie are going to impress the audience. Vijay is acting as a boxer and fans will be impressed by his mass look.

Ramya Krishna’s role as Vijay’s mother will be a special attraction. Moreover, every character in the film will impress the audience. It seems that the Censor Board, which saw this movie, praised the Liger team.

All in all, Liger wraps up all the activities and is all set to storm the box office on August 25. Bollywood beauty Ananya Pandey is making her debut in Tollywood with this movie. On the other hand, Vijay is going to be introduced to Bollywood with this movie.

Vijay’s fan following has already increased in the North. An example of this is the recent movie event held at a mall in Mumbai where he was mobbed by people. However, it remains to be seen how far Vijay will impress the North audience with this movie.


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