Pawan Kalyan Turns for NBK’s Dictator Audio

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan is quite busy balancing his movies and political career. He started his political party Jana Sena which is slowly making its moves in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He is currently shooting for his next movie Sardar Gabbar Singh in the direction of KS Ravindra (Bobby). Pawan will be seen as a cop in the film and he has penned the basic plot of the film. Many writers have worked to develop the script of the film and the regular shoot of the movie started recently. Kajal Agarwal is the heroine in the movie and Devi Sri Prasad is the music director.



The shoot of the film is currently going on in Gujarat and the shoot will be wrapped up by February. Eros International is producing the film along with Sharat Marar’s North Star Entertainments and Pawan Kalyan’s Pawan Kalyan Creative Team Works banner. Sardar Gabbar Singh will complete all the formalities and will hit the screens all over on April 8th next year. Pawan will take care of his political activities further and he is currently supporting BJP and TDP.

Nandamuri Balakrishna has been working on his next project Dictator and the movie’s shoot has been wrapped up recently. Sriwass is directing the movie and Anjali, Sonal Chauhan are the heroines in the film. The movie has done a terrific pre-release business of Rs 50 crores and the makers are in plans for releasing the movie on January 14th on the occasion of Sanrkanthi. A grand and lavish audio event will take place on December 20th and Powerstar Pawan Kalyan will grace the audio launch as chief guest. Pawan Kalyan and Chandra Babu Naidu will launch the audio of the movie in the presence of Nandamuri fans. This is the first time Pawan Kalyan and Balakrishna will be sharing space during an audio launch.



Pawan Kalyan has given his nod for his presence and the makers are expecting more than a lakh fans and it will take place in Amaravathi which is the new capital of Andhra Pradesh. The makers are making arrangements that the audio event will be remembered in the history of Tollywood.

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