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Battle of the Ranis in Nene Raja Nene Mantri?

The first looks of the two heroines in the film is creating a lot of buzz.

Published: 13th June 2017 06:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th June 2017 06:48 PM   |  A+A-

The heroines of Nene Raja Nene Mantri.

By Express News Service

In Teja’s comeback film, Rana-starrer 'Nene Raju Nene Mantri' that has already made waves for its unique teaser, the heroines’ looks that released are also heightening the intrigue.

While Rana’s first look had him playing Jogendra with a golden ear, the looks of Kajal Aggarwal and Catherine Tresa, the female leads of the film, are quite the usual. Kajal’s character is named Radha while Catherine plays Rani.

However, what is interesting are the captions associated with each. Kajal’s look of her in a saree and braided hair released first with the caption “Nene Radha Nene Bharya”.

A while later, Catherine’s look was revealed with her sporting western formals with the caption, “Kadu, Nene Rani Nene Bharya.” Going by this, it seems like the film will also have an ongoing battle between the two women to claim the place of Jogendra’s wife.

The film has been announced to be a political entertainer, and by the looks of it, the politics is not limited to the men of the film. Produced by Suresh Babu, the teaser of 'Nene Raju Nene Mantri' already flaunts a million views. The film is set to be released this year. 

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