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Sony MAX to air family entertainer, Katamarayudu

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Sony MAX to air family entertainer, Katamarayudu

sony-max_1135.html">Sony MAX brings to its viewers Katamarayudu, a family entertainer. The movie’s story revolves around a violent man (Pawan Kalyan) who tries to bring a change in himself by solving issues in a peaceful manner but this doesn’t last long as he is forced to turn back to violence to protect the lives of his loved ones.


The blockbuster movie is directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasini who is well known for his Telugu films like Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam, Tadakha and Gopala Gopala. South Indian dubbed superstars like Pawan Kalyan, Shruti Hassan, Rao Ramesh and Ali are seen playing vital roles. The movie is filled with high adrenaline action which promises to leave the viewers surprised.


Katamarayudu airs on 15th July, Saturday at 8 pm and 23rd July, Sunday at 8 pm on Sony MAX.

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