RGV’s latest film “Vyuham” was initially scheduled for release this Friday but encountered delays in the censoring process. It’s reported that objections were raised by individuals with apparent political interests, leading to a review by the revising committee. While Varma has responded in a casual manner, the final decision regarding the movie’s release is still pending.
The trailer of the film already suggests a clear political agenda, expressing support for Jagan and taking subtle jabs at other political figures like Chandra Babu and Pawan. Now, there are concerns whether the upcoming Telugu movie “Yatra 2” will face a similar situation.
While “Yatra” focused on events before and after YSR’s Padayatra, the sequel begins with YSR’s death and Jagan Mohan Reddy’s swearing-in as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. Director Mahi Raghav’s approach and writing will likely differ from Ram Gopal Varma’s, but “Yatra 2” also appears to aim at portraying Jagan as a powerful political figure, emphasizing his personality and public adoration.
The film also references leaders of opposition parties, including a character resembling Sonia Gandhi, which might stir controversy. Mahi Raghav handles these aspects sensitively. However, in the current political climate of Andhra Pradesh, any controversies related to the film could lead to issues with censorship or even legal challenges. If someone decides to take the matter to court, it might further delay the release of “Yatra 2.” Only time will tell how these speculations unfold.