'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' Team Starts A Pre-Schedule Workshop!

Fri Sep 30 2022 18:50:39 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

After a decent success like 'Bheemla Nayak', Pawan Kalyan started working on his high-budget period drama 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu'. Directed by Krish Jagarlamudi, this project is in the making for a long time. The 'Power Glance' which came out on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturdhi got a decent response. Now, a huge schedule is going to start from mid-October and the team decided to have a pre-schedule workshop.



On Saraswati Panchami, they started an intrusive n extensive pre-schedule Workshop before the schedule begins. Major actors and technicians who will be a part of this schedule took part in it. Actors like Niddhi Agarwal, Sunil, Subbaraju, Raghu Babu, writer-comedian "Hyper" Aadhi, along with them AM Rathnam, producer A Dayakar Rao, music composer Keeravani & the important crew are participating in this pre-schedule workshop along with Pawan Kalyan.

As the movie is mounted on never before scale and everyone in the team want to deliver a perfect film, this kind of workshop will help them to engross themselves into the drama and period setting before going on to the sets. Workshops also help to bring all the actors involved into the best rhythm that a visionary director like Krish wants and he discussed about it with a star like Pawan Kalyan. The star hero readily agreed for it and to let himself and his peers also get themselves more into skin of their characters and discuss the script well before going to the shooting spot.

Gnana Shekhar is the cinematographer while MM Keeravani is the music composer. It is being produced on a massive budget by Mega Surya Production. This is his third collaboration with Pawan Kalyan after a fan favourite blockbuster like Kushi, Bangaram. Sai Madhav Burra penned the dialogues for this flick.

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