Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Vakeel Saab’ first look on Monday

Hyderabad: It is already known that Pawan Kalyan is making a comeback after a gap of two years. He will be seen reprising the role of Amitabh Bachchan as a lawyer in the Telugu remake of the Bollywood film ‘Pink’.

According to the latest reports, the film is tentatively titled as ‘Vakeel Saab’ and the first look poster of the film is expected to be released on Monday. Sources also reveal that the film’s first single will come out on March 8, commemorating the International Women’s Day.

Recently, music director SS Thaman tweeted that the first single will be out very soon much to the delight of the actor’s fans.

Nivetha Thomas, Anjali and Ananya Nagalla will play the female leads in the film. Prakash Raj will essay an important character in the film, whose shooting is proceeding at a brisk pace and would be wrapped soon.

Directed by ‘MCA’ fame Venu Sriram, it is jointly produced by Dil Raju and Boney Kapoor. Sources reveal that Dil Raju paid a whopping amount as remuneration to Pawan Kalyan. The much-anticipated film is scheduled to release on May 15 towards which an official confirmation is expected shortly.

Meanwhile, Pawan Kalyan is on a signing spree. After ‘Vakeel Saab’, the actor will work with Krish Jagarlamudi for a period drama. Reportedly, the film went on floors recently and he will join the sets soon. A M Rathnam will bankroll this project.

After this, Pawan will team up once again with his ‘Gabbar Singh’ director, Harish Shankar. Mythri Movie Makers will produce this entertainer.

In addition, sources tell us that the actor has given nod to a story narrated by Gowtam Tinnanuri. With a few exciting films in the pipeline, it looks like the actor’s comeback will be a big celebration for all his fans.

Kiran KS

A journalist who believes in taking the road less travelled enjoys writing on Cinema, Politics, Culture and Education. After having a brief stint as a journalist in a Newspaper and also as a researcher he is now a freelancing journalist and has written earlier for The Pioneer and VoxSpace. An alumnus of Osmania University and MIT College, Pune, he has done his Post graduation n English Literature and has a Pg diploma in Mass Communication and Politics. Other than being an avid film buff, he
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