Powerstar Pawan Kalyan is all set to enter the movie space with the official remake of Pink. Details about the shooting are slowly emerging now as the date is getting near.
According to the buzz in the industry, the regular shooting of Pink remake tentatively titled as Lawyer Saab will commence from January 20th. It is not known whether Pawan Kalyan would immediately join the sets or on a later date. What is fixed, though, is that he will start his part with an electrifying action scene.
Those who have seen the original Hindi version might be confused with the fight sequence update. But, the Telugu remake is sourced from the other version of the Hindi original – the Tamil film Nerkonda Paarvai. The Tamil movie starring Ajith has a fight and a song for the lead.
The Pink remake marking the comeback of Pawan Kalyan to movies will star Nivetha Thomas, Anjali and Ananya in key female lead roles. Prakash Raj too is said to be part of the film, although an official confirmation is needed.
Dil Raju and Boney Kapoor jointly produce the Pink remake. The producer is already clearing the deck for a smooth and massive release for the movie in summer. It is most likely to be a summer release if everything happens according to the planning.Don't MissRamoji Rao's Donations Brings Questions on JaganMedia Baron and Eenadu Group Chairman, Ramoji Rao had announced a donation of 10 Crore...Don't MissCorona Virus Deaths in US Cross That of 9/11 TollThe United States has become the Epicenter of Coronavirus infections across the globe. The country...Don't Missవిరాళం ఇవ్వమని ఇండస్ట్రీ లో డిమాండ్ చేస్తున్నారా?కరోనా విపత్తు సమయంలో రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వాలకు, పస్తులు ఉంటున్న సినీ కార్మికులకు విరివిగా విరాళాలు ప్రకటించి ఆదర్శప్రాయంగా నిలించారు. తెలుగు...Don't MissAround 1100 From AP and TS Visits the Epicenter of Corona Cases in India?Over 8000 people from across India and countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, etc. attended...Don't MissWow, KCR Takes Bravest Decision. What About Jagan?The Coronavirus impact is shattering the economies across the globe. Things are even worse in...