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Kunchacko Boban, Arvind Swami film Ottu postponed

The release has been postponed due to censor issues of the Tamil version Rendagam

Published: 30th August 2022

The Kunchacko Boban, Arvind Swami-starrer Ottu was scheduled for release on September 2. Since it's a Tamil-Malayalam bilingual, the makers wanted to release both versions on the same day. However, they have been forced to drop their plans due to censor issues of the Tamil version, Rendagam. Meanwhile, the Malayalam version has been censored with a U/A certificate.

In a statement released by the team, they said, "Due to some unforeseen circumstances regarding our Tamil release, the release date of Ottu has been postponed. Stay tuned for the announcement of our new release date." 

Shot by Gautham Shankar, Ottu has a script by S Sanjeev. Appu N Bhatthathiri handled editing, while Arulraj Kennady composed the music and background score. Stunt Silva designed the action, and Sajna Najam worked on the dance choreography.

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