Sita Ramam Gets The Green Light From Uae Censor Board
Sita Ramam Gets The Green Light From UAE Censor Board
Hanu Raghavapudi's 'Sita Ramam,' starring Dulquer Salmaan, has been allowed for distribution a week after the UAE (United Arab Emirates) censor board denied its screening authorisation due to its representation of Muslims.
'Sita Ramam,' starring Dulquer Salmaan, has been allowed for distribution a week after the UAE (United Arab Emirates) censor board denied its screening authorization due to its representation of Muslims. The UAE has approved the film, which will be released on Thursday (August 11) in Telugu and Malayalam.
Hanu Raghavapudi's 'Sita Ramam' has been doing well across India. It has become one of Tollywood's biggest hits. The film will now be released in the United Arab Emirates. Emirates censorship permission was granted for the film. The UAE release is likely to improve the film's overall earnings. So far, Sita Ramam has earned Rs 35 crore at the box office.
Lieutenant Ram, played by Dulquer, was an officer of the Indian army stationed in Kashmir in the 1960s, and Sita, a princess who was prepared to give up everything, including her money and rank, for the sake of his love. Director Hanu Raghavapudi does an excellent job of portraying a heartwarming romance narrative that would melt even the most hardened hearts. P.S. Vinod and Shreyas Krishna, the film's cinematographers, appear to have done an excellent job. Vishal Chandrashekar's music works really well for the background score or the songs.