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Skanda’s Release Trailer – Ram like never before, showcasing his immense mass presence

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It is widely known that the first trailer of the film, Skanda of Ram Pothineni and Boyapati Sreenu had failed to meet the expectations. Today the makers unveiled the release trailer, and it is very much impressive with showcasing Ram like never before avatar with immense mass screen presence.

The trailer begins with a voice over that praises the goodness of a person who is probably imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. Thereafter, Ram enters, and he looked dynamic throughout in the trailer that features high-octane stunt sequences. The character’s nature is portrayed through Ram’s rugged look and powerful dialogue delivery.

Overall, the release trailer of Skanda is a power-packed one that delivers the much-needed excitement for the film. Boyapati Sreenu’s powerful direction shines by showcasing Ram at his action-packed best. Also, Thaman’s background score induces the goosebumps.

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The movie’s songs have composed by S Thaman. Srinivasaa Chitturi produced Skanda under the banner of Srinivasaa Silver Screen, making it the most expensive movie for Ram. The movie features Sree Leela as the female lead, and Saiee Manjrekar will play a crucial role. The movie presented by ZEE Studios South and Pavan Kumar features Santosh Detake as the cinematographer. Editing is handled by Tammiraju.

Skanda will have a Pan India release on September 28th in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi languages.

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