Remo to release in Telugu on November 25, gets U certificate

Upcoming actor Keerthy Suresh, who is on a roll in the South Indian film industry, will be seen romancing Sivakarthikeyan onscreen for the first time.

By: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published:November 18, 2016 7:19 pm
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Siva Karthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh’s Tamil outing Remo is gearing up for a release in Telugu on November 25. The film cleared its censor hurdles and received a U certificate from the board.

Sivakarthikeyan enjoys good fan following among children and family audience and a ‘U’ certificate is also important for his film from the business standpoint. TV anchor-turned-film actor, Sivakarthikeyan will be seen in one of a kind role in this upcoming romantic comedy. The movie features Sivakarthikeyan dressed in drag. He has disguised himself as a drool-worthy nurse.

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Upcoming actor Keerthy Suresh, who is on a roll in the South Indian film industry, will be seen romancing Sivakarthikeyan onscreen for the first time. She was last seen in recently released Thodari, starring Dhanush and also in Tollywood flicks opposite Ram in Nenu Sailaja. She will also be pairing with Nani in Nenu Local.

Top producer Dil Raju is releasing the film in Telugu. Remo is directed by Bakkiyaraj Kannan and has music from young heartthrob Anirudh Ravichander, which is also his fourth collaboration with Sivakarthikeyan

The Tamil version released on October 7 and did decent business at the Tamil box office. After reportedly garnering Rs 8 crore on its opening day, the film has outdone itself in its theatrical box office collection on Saturday and Sunday of the releasing week. Not just in Tamil Nadu, the film is also doing well overseas. The film, which marked the widest opening for Siva in the US, where it released in over 70 screens, holds the second position among Indian films after Telugu movie, Premam.