Pawan Kalyan’s Next Satellite Deal Closed

Pawan Kalyan’s Next Satellite Deal Closed

Posted: 07/10/2017 04:41 PM IST
Pawan Kalyan’s Next Satellite Deal Closed

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Powerstar Pawan Kalyan failed to make much impact with his recent movies Sardar Gabbar Singh and Katamarayudu. The actor even started his own political party titled Janasena which is in plans to contest in 2019 Assembly elections across AP and Telangana. Pawan will make his full time entry into politics soon before which he is concentrated on his films. The actor is keeping himself busy to wrap up his promised commitments. Pawan Kalyan signed his next in the direction of Trivikram Srinivas and the movie is touted to be a family entertainer loaded with action and entertainment.

The shoot of the film is going on in Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad and Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emannuel are the heroines. Pawan Kalyan is in plans to wrap the shoot of this untitled film at the earliest informed makers. A massive set worth Rs 5 crores has been erected in Film City for the shoot. The movie has been carrying huge huzz as Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram are uniting after two blockbusters Jalsa and Atharintiki Daaredi. The latest update says that the film’s satellite deal has been closed recently and it is for a record breaking price.

Top tv channel Gemini tv bought the rights for a price of Rs 19.5 crores which is huge. The satellite deal is just for Telugu informed the makers. This is the biggest ever deal in Tollywood after Baahubali. The movie’s pre-release business too has been exceptional and is said to have crossed Rs 100 crores. Anirudh Ravichander is composing the music and S Radha Krishna is producing the movie. Pawan Kalyan is quite confident on the movie and the movie has been aimed for October release this year. Pawan Kalyan also signed his next movie in the direction of Santhosh Srinivas which is expected to start rolling during October this year. Mythri Movie Makers will produce the film which has been aimed for summer release next year.

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