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Producer R.D Raja is thrilled with the response to the dubbed Telugu version of his Tamil film "Remo". He believes the film has enabled its lead actor Sivakarthikeyan to join the big league in Telugu filmdom too.
"The visibility both in terms of promotions and commerce is a clear indication that Sivakarthikeyan has joined the big league in Telugu industry," Raja said in a statement.
On Friday, the Telugu version of "Remo" released in cinemas.
"Remo has opened well across all centres and if the response in the auditoriums is to be considered a benchmark, this film will make a mark for itself in the Telugu commercial arena," he said.
In the film, directed by debutant Bakkiyaraj Kannada, the story revolves around a jobless wastrel who, in the disguise of a woman, attempts to win over the woman of his dreams.
Keerthy Suresh plays the leading lady.
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