‘Liger’ starring Vijay Deverakonda gets UA certificate Entertainment News

Hyderabad: Good news for fans of Vijay Deverakonda, his upcoming film ‘Liger’ has been awarded UA certificate by the censor authorities. With this, the way for the release of the film has been cleared.

The runtime of the film is 2 hours 20 minutes, in which the first half is 1 hour 15 minutes and the second half is 1 hour 5 minutes. Sources in the production house told that there are seven fights and six songs in the film.

Rising pan India star Vijay Deverakonda’s much-awaited film ‘Liger’ (Saala Crossbreed) is being directed by ace director Puri Jagannadh. With this film, veteran boxer Mike Tyson is debuting in Indian cinema.

Vijay’s realistic performance, coupled with scintillating action and dance, is said to be the highlight of the film. The film is expected to mark the arrival of the latest pan-India superstar from the south.

Vijay Deverakonda’s characterization set apart by stammering dialogue delivery and body language is said to have particularly impressed those who got a glimpse of the film.

The way Vijay Deverakonda transformed into the character of Ligar and sculpted his body to excel in the game scenes in the film are other highlights that the audience will witness.

Sources said that after watching the film, the censor board members felt that the censored short runtime, action part, hero characterization, dialogue delivery, Ramya Krishnan’s character, Maa Bhavna and Vijay Deverakonda – Ananya Panday’s love track in the film. Great job done.

‘Liger’ starring Ananya Panday and Ramya Krishnan will hit the theaters on August 25.

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