After facing numerous roadblocks, the Telugu version of 'Mersal' titled as 'Adhirindhi' is all set for a release on 9th of November. The censor board which never issued the certificate finally granted it with U/A certificate.
The movie which was initially scheduled for a release on October 27th has faced numerous barricades and the main roadblock came when the movie criticized the Central Government's policies such as GST and Digital India. Now, the Telugu version is all set to release on November 9th.
'Mersal features Vijay, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha in the lead roles. SJ Suryah did the role of antagonist and the movie had a strong technical team compromising A.R.Rahman for Music and Sri Thenandal Films for Production values. Stay tuned for more updates.
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