The Censor Board has approved Ravi Teja’s next film, Dhamaka.

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The Censor Board has approved Ravi Teja’s next film, Dhamaka.

Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja has recently been on a roll. This year, the Tollywood actor appeared in two films: Khiladi and Ramarao On Duty. Now, he’s gearing up to conclude 2022 on a high note with his final film of the year, Dhamaka, directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina.

Dhamaka, billed as an action comedy picture, is set to enter theatres on Christmas Day, December 23. The makers of the film recently generated a lot of buzz on social media by revealing the release date of its trailer. According to the latest rumours, the mass entertainer has fulfilled all censor formalities and has been granted a U/A certificate by the censor board.

Ravi Teja's Next Dhamaka Cleared By Censor Board With This Certificate

A similar poster has also gone viral on social media. Furthermore, it has been reported that Dhamaka has a running time of 2 hours and 10 minutes. However, the developers have yet to make a public announcement about its censor board certificate or runtime.

Dhamaka is written and directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina and stars Ravi Teja, Sree Leela, and Jayaram in prominent roles. Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, Rao Ramesh, and Chirag Jani are among the supporting actors in the Telugu film. Abhishek Agarwal and TG Vishwa Prasad co-produce the action comedy through their respective production companies, Abhishek Agarwal Arts and People Media Factory.

Sree Leela, Dhamaka’s female lead, recently spoke with about her character in the film. She also said that she heard the script for this Ravi Teja film before her debut Tollywood film, Pelli SandaD.

“I appreciated the plot as much as I adored my character in the movie.” My personality is different from Pelli SandaD’s. Dhamaka is a lively, pataka cracker-popping film. My character is a lively girl that gets along well with everyone. She, on the other hand, is possessive of her lover. “It’s a funny character,” Sree Leela said.







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