Only One Film From Pawan Kalyan In 2023!

Wed Nov 16 2022 17:54:14 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan is a hero who doesn't need a great script to deliver a blockbuster. His huge fanbase makes the film a success even if it is moderately good. But the star hero is not able to give quality films since his comeback. He released two films after comeback and both of them are remakes. 'Vakeel Saab' and 'Bheemla Nayak' managed to get a positive response from the critics but the collections were not at Pawan's level.

He has 3-4 projects lined up and some of them have really interesting combinations. But it looks like Pawan has no time for movies till the Andhra Pradesh elections are wrapped up. As we know, the elections are in 2024 and there is one year time left for him to wrap up at least two films. But sources said that PK has decided to work only on 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' which is in the production for a really long time.

Till date, a lot of schedules were canceled due to Pawan's political commitments. In the middle of a schedule, the 'Khushi' hero decides to have a political public meeting which leads to a big break. As things are not going to change anytime soon, Pawan has reportedly informed producer Ratnam and director Krish that he can wrap up this movie only at a slow pace. Due to this, even shelved the other projects in his hand.

Sources from Sithara Entertainments said that Pawan has already informed the production banner that 'Vinothaya Sitham' will not happen until the elections are done. Not just this film but also Pawan's movie with Sujith and Harish Shankar's 'Bhavadeeyudu Bhagat Singh' are also sidelined. It looks like Pawan has set boundaries for himself and is not going to over-commit with films while being more focused on politics. This news is getting mixed reactions from the public and his fans who want to see him in full flow on the silver screen.

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