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Ravi Teja's Rama Rao on Duty to hit theatres on March 25, 2022

The film is directed by Sarath Mandava and features Divyansha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan as the female leads

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.10 AM, Dec 06, 2021

Ravi Teja's Rama Rao on Duty to hit theatres on March 25, 2022

Ravi Teja has his hands full and is in no mood to pause. While his film Khiladi, directed by Ramesh Varma Penmatsa, where he plays a dual role, is already gearing up for a theatrical release on February 11, 2022, there's another reason for the actor's fans to cheer, with an exciting update surrounding his much-anticipated project Rama Rao on Duty announced today. It's now official that Ravi Teja's Rama Rao Duty is set to hit theatres worldwide on March 25, 2022. Directed by Sarath Mandava, the actor is paired alongside Rajisha Vijayan and Divyansha Kaushik in the film.

"Rama Rao will take charge from 25th March, 2022 馃槑 #RamaRaoOnDutyFromMarch25 in Theatres 馃挜馃挜 #RamaRaoOnDuty," the post on the social media handle of Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas (SLV Cinemas), the production house backing the film, read. The poster accompanying the release date announcement has an agile, swift Ravi Teja aiming his lathi at a person, amidst the backdrop of a village where a bunch of cops and commoners are charging towards one another in the middle of a protest. The film has Ravi Teja donning a cop avatar after films like Venky, Touch Chesi Chudu, Krack, Power, to name a few.

Sudhakar Cherukuri (who is also producing films like Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu, Virata Parvam) is bankrolling the film that has music by Sam CS. Sathyan Sooryan is cranking the camera while KL Praveen and Sahi Suresh are on board as the editor and art director respectively. Rama Rao on Duty is the 68th film in Ravi Teja's extensive career spanning over three decades. The actor is also committed to two other films, Dhamaka (directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina) and Tiger Nageswara Rao (directed by Vamsi Krishna). The latter will be a pan-Indian release across all South Indian languages and Hindi.