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Jai Lava Kusa movie ||Jr.NTR

Jr,NTR new upcoming movie is Jai Lava kusa.Releasing on SEP-21-2017 

Triplets Jai, Lava and Kusa are spitting images of each other, but the similarities end there. While Kusa nurtures the dream of going to the US, Lava aspires to climb his way up the corporate ladder. Jai, on the other hand, has gone on to become a gangster dreaded by one and all. Will their vastly different personalities and aspirations put the brothers at odds with each other

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