George Reddy Censor report,  lengthy run time is not an Issue

George Reddy Censor report lengthy run time is not an Issue
George Reddy Censor report lengthy run time is not an Issue

George Reddy is an upcoming biopic which is being made on the life of the renowned student leader from the Osmania University. According to the latest update,  the movie George Reddy has completed the censor formalities and it was granted a U/A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certificate (CBFC) after few suggested modifications.  As George Reddy has completed the censor formalities, it is gearing up for grand release on 22nd November. The film, George Reddy starring Sandeep Madhav and Satyadev Kancharana in the lead. According to the latest update, George Reddy has runtime of 2 hours, 55 minutes and 5 seconds.

As per the censor certificate,  Run time of George Reddy is locked to 175 minutes, a bit lengthy indeed.  It is known news that NTR Kathanayakudu had 170 minutes run time, which was rejected by the movie lovers on its opening day but Sukumar’s directorial venture Rangasthalam starring Ram Charan &  Samantha Akkineni had 180 minutes runtime, which was a blockbuster at the box office.   Koratala Shiva’ directorial venture  Bharat Ane Nenu starring Mahesh Babu and  Kiara Adavani had 173 minutes, which was also blockbuster at the box office.  The run time of George Reddy shouldn’t be a worrying factor. It is always the film’s actual content that has been a problem.  Recently released trailer of the film has already generated good buzz. Pawan Kalyan has also showered the praises for the trailer. The expectations are very high.

George Reddy also has Devika Daftardar, Muskaan Khubchandani, Pawon Ramesh, Manoj Nandam, Thiruveer, Abhay Bethiganti, Bunny Abiran, Laxman Meesala, Yadamma Raju, Jagadeesh and Sanjay Reddy,  in the supporting roles.  The movie is going to clash with Srinivas Reddy’s Raagala 24 Gantallo, in which Satyadev Kancharana, Eesha Rebba and Musskan Sethi are playing the lead roles.

George Reddy is all about the story of a student leader George who fought for the rights of underprivileged students and became a hero of sorts between 1965 and 1975.