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Karthikeya 2 First Look Motion Poster is out

Juvenile Tollywood actor Nikhil is going to approach the audience through his upcoming mysterious thriller Karthikeya 2. This is one of the most awaited films this year. The team is all set to make the audience experience the next level thriller with the interesting story, being the sequel of the Karthikeya film which was a 2014 film.

Today, the makers have launched the first look motion poster of the film that shows a glimpse of the epic divine journey. Publishing the news, the lead actors Nikhil and Anupama Parameswaran have also shared the first look posters on their Instagram pages and made their fans delighted. 

The motion poster displays Nikhil and Anupama Parameswaran in the ship travelling along with the comedian Srinivasa Reddy who appears in a devotional avatar. The story will revolve around the epic divine journey of Lord Krishna. Nikhil’s dialogue “Samudram Daachukunna athi pedda rahasyam.. ee Dwarakanagaram” is the hint of the plot and it raised curiosity to watch the film.

The film is directed by Chandoo Mondeti and bankrolled by People Media Factory and Abhishek Agarwal Arts Banners. Kaalabhairava has rendered the music. The film may hit the screens on July 22nd. Meanwhile, Nikhil and Anupama Parameswaran are going to appear together in another action thriller, titled “18 Pages”, which is being helmed by Palanati Surya Pratap.

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