Nagarjuna Oopiri Dubbing Is Well Received in TamilNadu

Nagarjuna Oopiri Dubbing

There are no much barriers when it comes to language for our South stars. Most of Tollywood stars have been born and brought up in Chennai, and hence they gave decent command over Tamil languages. This comes to use during promotions for dubbed versions of films. After a long gap, a film of ‘King’ Akkineni Nagarjuna had a straight release in Tamil. It is the dubbed version of Oopiri, called Thoza.

Sources say that his dubbing has been received well in Tamil box office. The last time Nag had such a release was with Rakshakudu way back in 1997. It is nice to see Nag making successful re-entry into Tamil with this film. Also the wheel chair in this film also grabbed the viewers attention more and more. There were many inquiries about its price and where it can be bought.

Nagarjuna Oopiri Dubbing

Nagarjuna Oopiri Dubbing

Now sources say that the same interest is being shown for King Akkineni Nagarjuna wheel chair in Oopiri. It reportedly cost Rs. 25 lakhs for the production banner PVP to buy this. It was made in Sweden and also used in the film’s Hollywood inspiration, The Untouchables. The chair has been designed in such a way that it will give natural feeling of being paraplegic and will not allow any disturbance to be noticed to the person who sits on it.

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Nagarjuna Oopiri Dubbing
Nagarjuna given his own dubbing in Tamil version of Oopiri. In Tamil the title of this movie is Thozha. Chennai people received Nag voice very well and hope more offers will grab him to Kollywood now.