The latest Telugu film featuring Nani, ‘V’ has released on the 5th of September 2020. By the looks of it, V is the 25th film from the talented actor, Nani. Mohana Krishan Indraganti’s directorial V has a compelling story that is produced by Sirish, Dil Raju, Harshith Reddy, and Lakshman under the banner Sri Venkateswara Creations.
The film comprises a talented star cast such as Sudheer Babu, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Nivetha Thomas. Given that the film is available for streaming and distributed by Amazon Prime Video, it has leaked online on the date of premiere. At the time of writing, the film is already available on numerous pirated websites such as Tamilrockers and Filmy Wap.
V Becomes A Colossal mess
V is nothing but quite an ambitious film that is penned down and directed by Indraganti Mohana. Since the announcement of the project, the ride to make V was topsy-turvy. However, the third collaboration between Nani and Indragati did manage to sway the audience with a robust action sequence that keeps them on their feet.
Previously Intragati and Nani collaborated in Gentleman and Ashta Chamma. Nevertheless, V is a miss for the duo hitmakers. It is commendable that both Indragati and Nani stepped out of their comfort zones to make his film lovable among the audience.
Piracy might be a bad piece of news for V
The Tamil version of V has also leaked on Tamilrockers and other pirated sites. Nevertheless, we urge our readers to watch the film only on the official streaming app Prime Video.
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