Vijay Deverakonda starrer Arjun Reddy runs into legal issues; Activists oppose kissing posters

A Hindu Group activists was seen tearing the posters of Arjun Reddy’s kissing scene in Hyderabad opposing it.

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Vijay Deverakonda’s upcoming film Arjun Reddy gets a release date

After the pre-release event of Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey, much has been happening around the film. Vijay’s speech at the pre-release event is most talked about in Telugu film circles for the bold words he chose in his speech. While all this is happening, the film has run into legal trouble with few activists opposing the kissing scenes in the film. A Hindu Activist group was seen tearing the posters of Arjun Reddy’s kissing scene off a bus in Hyderabad opposing such scenes in Telugu films.

Vijay Deverakonda reacted to this by posting a picture on his social networking page and wrote – “Thathayya, chill (Grandpa, Chill)”. Rest of the cast from Arjun Reddy too reacted to this and took to social media to express their views on this. All this is only adding to the attention to the film Arjun Reddy, which already has a huge buzz around it.

A day after the pre-release event of Arjun Reddy, a complaint was registered against the makers of Arjun Reddy by a Women Activists group in Hyderabad. Taking action on this, police officials called the director Sandeep Vanga to the police station and questioned him about this. Few hours, the makers decided to remove all the posters of the kissing scene from their marketing.

With Arjun Reddy slated to release on August 25th, young fans of Vijay Deverakonda are much excited to watch the film on big screen. Going by the speeches and the marketing material of the film, the makers and actor Vijay Deverakonda seem to be very confident about the film which is said to be romantic drama.


    Fake News, it’s Congress leader Ve Hanumanthrao who teared those posters.

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