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The postponement trend in Tollywood continues as two more movies delay their release dates

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With the postponement of Salaar the release dates of all the other movies have changed, and it seems like the postponement trend in Tollywood continue further as movies continuously change their release dates. After Salaar’s postponement, small movies like Kiran Abbavaram’s Rules Ranjann, Sithara Entertainments’ production, Mad movie were announced to be released on September 28th.

Now rules Ranjann officially postponed to 6th October because on the September 28th, there are crazier films like Skanda , Chandramukhi 2 and Srikanth Addala’s Peddha Kapu 1 is getting released on 29th September. So it would not be the best time to release small movies in such a heavy competition.

Another small film, MAD, was also set to be released in theaters on September 28. Suryadevara Naga Vamsi is presenting this youth entertainer while Sai Soujanya is co-producing on Fortune Four Cinemas. Now this film has also changed its release date as the movie’s makers removed the release date in the new poster.

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Written and directed by Rathinam Krishna, Rules Ranjan marks Kiran Abbavaram’s third film of this year after Vinaro Bhagyamo Vishnu Katha and Meter. The upcoming film stars latest crazy heroine Neha Shetty as the female lead. Amrish is the music director of the film and one of the three songs which have been released from the film, Sammohanuda, has become a viral hit.

Produced by Divyang Lavania and Murali Krishnaa Vemuri under Star Light Entertainment, Rules Ranjan also stars an ensemble cast including Vennela Kishore, Hyper Aadi, Nellore Sudarshan, Subbaraju, Ajay, Goparaju Ramana Annu Kapoor, Siddharth Sen, Atul Parchure, Vijay Patkar, Makarand Deshpande, Abhimanyu Singh and Gulshan Pandey.

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