Vijay’s Theri Telugu Version Movie is Now Titled Police Not Policeodu

Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s Theri Telugu dubbed movie Policeodu that is said to release tomorrow in the Telugu language has now changed the title of the movie to Police because of some social reasons. So, from now on the movie will be titled as “Police”. Let us go in to the details of the Telugu Version of the movie Police now.


Theri Telugu Title Policeodu in Controversy

Tamil Super Star and ilayathalapathy Vijay’s latest Tamil film “Theri” that has been released today in theaters in Tamil is said to be releasing the Telugu language tomorrow which is titled as Policeodu till today. But, as per the news the title has been in a controversy since couple of weeks for several social reasons the details of the controversy are as follows.

According to the reports, the police association of the both of the Telugu states i.e., Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu has been irked by the Telugu title of the Theri as they have felt that it was impolite for their profession. It is also known that, reportedly the police association have sent the notices to the Dil Raju who have obtained the Telugu right of the movie for changing the title of the movie, since it has hurt their feelings.

Dil Raju Accepts Demand for Change of Title for Telugu Version of Theri

Dil Raju who has received the notices from the police association is said to have accepted their demands right away and have talked about it with the original movie makers and then immediately changed the name to Police for avoiding any needless controversies that would rise in future. So from now the movie will be titled as ‘Police’ in the language Telugu and it is said to hit the theaters without any change. The Telugu version of the movie will be launched under the Sri Venkateswara Creations and Kalaipuli S Thanu. Atlee Kumar has directed the movie originally in Tamil and the movie is said to have the stars Vijay, Amy Jackson, Samantha, Prabhu, Mahendran, Radhika as well as other senior actors in the crucial roles.