Janatha Garage receives clearance from Censor Board, Junior NTR's film all set for grand release - Firstpost
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Janatha Garage receives clearance from Censor Board, Junior NTR's film all set for grand release


Janatha Garage is all set to hit the screens worldwide on 1 September, after the bilingual movie received a U/A certificate from the censor board, according to International Business Times.

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Directed by Kortala Siva, Janatha Garage releases as Vismayam in Malayalam and features Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao Jr (Junior NTR), Mohanlal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Nithya Menen in lead roles. The film created much hype with its trailer release on Eid last month.

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The makers of the movie also arranged for a special screening of the film on 26 August. According to reports, Janatha Garage has received a fairly positive response post the first screening of the film. Barring few glitches here and there, the film is said to be a commercial entertainer with praises flowing in for NTR and Mohanlal's combination and performances.

This Junior NTR and Mohanlal starrer has been one of the most anticipated releases of the year as it brings together the Malayalam superstar and the Telugu hero, who is expected to score big with huge expectations on this project.

Mohanlal returned to the Telugu industry after 22 years with Janatha Garage and Manamantha, a multi-lingual film which released earlier this month. The talented actor was previously seen in Gandeevam, released in 1994.

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Also, Kajal Aggarwal is said to appear in a guest role and earlier today, her look from the song Pakka Local was revealed.

 

Currently, reports suggest that the cast and crew of Janatha Garage are headed to Kerala to interact with the Malayalam media and audience.

However, while the film is the talk of the town, Junior NTR was in the news recently for not-so-great reasons. The actor's fan reporetedly stabbed a Pawan Kalyan follower to death at an organ donation camp in Kolar, Karnataka.

Pawan Kalyan follower pays for fandom with life; stabbed by Junior NTR fan post argument

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