It seems ‘Mass Maharaj’ Ravi Teja’s most awaited movie ‘Raja The Great’ is haunted by the release worries. The movie which was supposed to hit the screens on 12th October has been pushed to 18th October, thus by avoiding the clash with Nagarjuna’s ‘Raju Gari Gadhi 2’ which is getting released on 13th October.
But, as per the latest update, the movie’s release on the said date still remains doubtful as the shooting hasn’t been wrapped up completely. Producer ‘Dil’ Raju who wasn’t happy with the output seems to have advised for the reshoot of few scenes and hence the movie might not hit the screens for this Diwali.
Directed by Anil Ravipudi, ‘Raja The Great’ is the story of a blind man played by Ravi Teja. Mehrene Kaur Pirzada of ‘Mahanubhavudu’ fame is playing the female lead in this entertainer.