It was reported last week that Akkineni Nagarjuna's much-awaited movie Damarukam had completed the formalities of the Censor Board, which gave it 'U/A' Certificate, and it would release on October 20. But if we are to go by the latest rumours in T-Town the makers themselves are not sure about its release. Sources claim that it may not release on the announced date.
Damarukam, which has been directed by Srinivasa Reddy, is the big budget movie in the acting career of Nagarjuna and it has been in production for more than two years. The reasons behind the delay in the release of the movie are said to be financial problem and extensive graphics work. Sources claim that these two factors have continued to work against its release till today.
Sources close to the production team of Damarukam say that some portions of graphics are still pending and it will reportedly take a couple of days. The makers are said to be facing huge financial deficit for its release and they are now hoping that they would overcome these problem and release it on the announced date as they desperately want to cash in on Dussehra holidays.
However, even if the film Damarukam releases on October 20, it has big threat from Pawan Kalyan's much-hyped movie Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu, which will hit the screens on October 18. Will they clash at the Box Office? Or, will their makers avoid it? Stay locked to this space to read updates on it.