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Updated December 18th, 2023 at 10:11 IST

It's controversial/ Guntur Kaaram: Mahesh Babu film postponed due to 'internal conflicts' in team? Here's the truth

In response to widespread assertions that the film might miss its theatrical release window for the Sankranthi festival, Naga Vamsi vehemently refuted all such

Guntur Kaaram, Mahesh Babu
Guntur Kaaram | Image:Guntur Kaaram/X
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Several reports claiming that Guntur Kaaram will not be released on Sankranthi 2024 due to "internal conflicts between the team" have been doing the rounds on the internet. Amid these rumours, the co-producer of the film Naga Vamsi, has come forward to set the record straight and shared an update on the film's current status.

What did Naga Vamsi say about rumours?

In response to widespread assertions that the film might miss its theatrical release window for the Sankranthi festival, Naga Vamsi vehemently refuted all such claims. He categorically dismissed the rumours and took the opportunity to provide a comprehensive overview of the film's production.

He disclosed crucial details about the film's production, emphasising that Guntur Kaaram features a total of four songs, with an additional bit song. In a reassuring statement, he clarified that barring one song, the entire shooting process has been successfully concluded.

Naga Vamsi spoke about the production team's upcoming plans

Addressing concerns and quashing the misinformation circulating online, Naga Vamsi outlined the production team's upcoming plans. He revealed that the final song is scheduled to be shot starting on December 21, adhering to their predetermined schedule.

He also expressed frustration with the spread of fake news and gossip surrounding the film. He urged the audience not to fall prey to sensationalised information, emphasising that certain elements are spreading baseless rumours merely for online engagement.

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Producer Naga Vamsi deletes controversial X posts

Guntur Kaaram's second single, Oh My Baby, received quite the negative response from audiences. Producer Naga Vamsi addressed the same with a curt reply reading "We know what we r doing! See you guys on 12th jan". What the audience took offense to in this regard was him attaching a clip from Sandeep Reddy Vanga's Animal which involved a joke making use of an inappropriate gesture.

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The response was seen by fans as abrasive to the point that Vamsi had to make another post pacifying the audience. He forwarded the rationale that he was just replying in kind, referring to the abusive language some internet users have used to express their dislike for Oh My Baby. Though Naga Vamsi ended the post on an optimistic note, the attempt did not appear to entirely undo the impact of the previous post. Vamsi has now deleted the entire thread of X posts, indicating strong audience backlash.

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Published December 18th, 2023 at 10:10 IST

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