'Adurs' is an action, comedy and romantic flick is on the way, to entertain you. 'Junior NTR' will be playing the dual roles in this movie, one as a Brahmin Character and the other as a 'Don' a mass character. Hasya Brahma character of Junior NTR & Brahmanandam will be donning in full length comedy, throughout the movie.
- Stars:Junior N.T.R., Nayanthara, Sheela, Ananth, Raghu Babu, Tanikella Bharani, Brahmanandam, Mukul Dev, Lakshman Rao Kondavalasa, Venu Madhav, Mahesh Manjrekar, M.S. Narayana, Nasser, Vinay Prasad, Rajyalakshmi,
- Director:Vinayak V.V.,
- Writer:Vinayak V.V. (screenplay), Kona Venkat (dialogue)
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