Vijay Devarakonda’s ‘Liger’ to release in Kannada as well

It is very clear that Indian film is at present seeing a cultural shift. The language hindrance is gradually disappearing as numerous movies – particularly regional – keep on finding appropriate markets and audiences in different languages. This is particularly evident with Kannada Cinema which, having discovered extraordinary traction and praise over the last few years, has introduced the new “cross-culture” with incredible joy. Various enormous forthcoming Kannada films are scheduled to release in at least more than one regional market and the trend, as numerous specialists would concur, is here to stay for a while.

Presently, turning around the cycle a spot, Vijay Devarakonda’s Bollywood debut ‘Liger’ is good to go to release in Kannada alongside an array of different languages. Created in a joint cooperation between Karan Johar, Charmme Kaur, Apoorva Mehta, and Hiroo Yash Johar, ‘Liger’ is being directed by the famous Telugu movie director Puri Jagannadh. Close by Vijay Devarakonda, the film’s cast likewise incorporates actors Ananya Panday (leading role), Ramya Krishnan, Ronit Roy, Vishu Reddy, and Makrand Deshapande.

Recently, maker Karan Johar took to his Instagram account to introduce the first-look poster of ‘Liger’ and share the news of the film’s release in five distinct languages that incorporate Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam.

For actor Vijay Devarakonda, who is good to go to make a bona fide debut in Hindi film, the project would mean a significant lot. Having produced an effective way for himself in the Telugu industry, Vijay Devarakonda has just attempted his hand in Tamil film however to fair outcomes. Notwithstanding, his other box-office triumphs have loaned him extraordinary acclaim in the South and one could anticipate that his movies should do well in the Kannada region as well. More reports on the film to follow soon.

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