Censor Corrections list reveals Dasara Big Twist?

on Mar 25, 2023

Censor Corrections list reveals Dasara Big Twist?

Natural star Nani much awaited Dasara coming to theatres on March 30th. The film starrinh Keerthy Suresh as the heroine gained huge buzz among pan-India audience with the trailer. 


Dasara's expectations have undoubtedly increased as a result of Nani's aggressive promotion strategies and faith in the concept. Now the film recently completed censor formalities and received U/A. But received 36 number of cuts making it highest cuts for a film in Telugu.


A list of Dasara's changes and cuts that were recommended by the censor board leaked online amid the publicity and advertising. The fans began to decode each correction according to their own preferences.


One of those omissions is being discussed on social media as one of the story's pivotal turns. It is said that the film's particularly gory moment is the one that unexpectedly changes the course of the entire narrative. 


The majority of the other excisions, which are plentiful, focus on abuse and profanity. Now this revealed the major twist which will effect the viewing experience. Fans are now expressing thier dissatisfaction with the censor certificate leak.


Nani is confident that Dasara's twists and turns should be impossible to foresee. Directed by Srikanth Odela, this movie is produced by Sudhakar Cherukuri under the banner of Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas and Santosh Narayanan has given music for it.

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