Nene Raju Nene Mantri Full Movie Review | Movie Plot
Nenu Raju Nene Mantri is an upcoming Telugu movie going to be released on 11 August 2017 over the world with in the average amount of cinema halls, the story of the movie is based on the political issue going through under tough circumstances. The movie is directed by Teja and even written by him. The first premier of the movie will be shown on the big screen on 11 August plus the movie is not only releasing in Tamil language but in a different language with a different title under the label of Blue Planet Entertainments.
This Telugu movie has features Rana Daggubati, Kajal Aggarwal and Catherin Tresa as lead role and Navdeep, Ashutosh Rana and Shivaji Rana as supporting roles. The teaser of the movie has already been released on 6th of June 2017. The maker of the movie is going well with the production strategy with social media and well-pictured banners and for the sake of its earning the movie will be released in different languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, English.
Factors can affect the movie earning:
-the movie will be released in different languages so it will surely help its makers to earn some few bucks more.
-The production strategy of the movie is good
-The point of view of the peoples towards movie after watching the first premier.
-The storyline of the movie is based on the same old political issue it may be the effect the number of its viewers.
Our point of view-
The story of the movie is not different but only the first premier of the movie which is going to be seen on the big screen on 11 August will tell its makers what the upcoming days will bring to them, whether it’s good or bad.
Directed by: Teja
Produced by: D. Suresh Babu, Kiran Reddy, and Bharath Chowdary
Casting: Kajal Aggarwal(lead role), Rana Daggubati(lead role), Catherine Treasa(lead role), Ashutosh Rana, Navdeep Shivaji Raja
Music by: Anoop Rubens
Release date: 11 August 2017
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