Varun Tej and Nora Fatehi Starrer “Matka” Motion Poster Unveiled

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The anticipation for Varun Tej’s upcoming movie has reached its peak as the motion poster of “Matka” is finally out, featuring the talented actor alongside the sensational Nora Fatehi and Meenakshi Chowdart in prominent roles. Directed by Karuna Kumar, the film promises to take the audience on a gripping journey back to the 1960s in the picturesque city of Vizag.

Actor Varun Tej shared the captivating motion poster on his social media profile, revealing the film’s intriguing theme of “Money, power & respect!” The actor expressed his excitement about the project, tweeting, “#MATKA #Motionposter @KKfilmmaker @Meenakshiioffl @gvprakash @PriyaSeth18 @mohan8998 @drteegala9 #NoraFatehi #MATKABegins.”

Equally thrilled about the project, Nora Fatehi also took to her social media to announce her involvement in the film. She wrote, “A dawn of a whole new world, And a new one for me! Proud to announce I’ll be acting alongside @varunkonidela7 in this exciting project! @VyraEnts Production No.2, #VT14 Titled as #MATKA, In Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada & Malayalam.”

Set in the period backdrop of the 1960s, “Matka” unfolds a captivating tale filled with drama, thrill, and intriguing characters. The shooting for the film has commenced, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release of this much-anticipated venture.

Apart from “Matka,” Varun Tej has several other exciting projects in his pipeline, including the action thriller “Gandeevadhari Arjuna.” The actor is also busy with a Telugu-Hindi bilingual action-drama that pays tribute to India’s Air Force, tentatively titled ‘VT13.’ In this Hindi debut film, Varun will be seen alongside the stunning Manushi Chhillar.

As the buzz around “Matka” continues to grow, the audience’s expectations are reaching new heights. With Varun Tej and Nora Fatehi’s presence, coupled with an intriguing storyline and Karuna Kumar’s directorial expertise, “Matka” is all set to create waves in the world of Indian cinema.

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