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If there is one film that excited the fans of Pawan Kalyan more than anything after his comeback, it is definitely 'Bhavadeeyudu Bhagat Singh'. It is the reunion of the 'Gabbar Singh' combination and fans were really eager to see this project and every update from this film was trending on social media. Harish Shankar too couldn't wait to work with Pawan again but the wait went on and on.
This project was announced two years back and Pawan made remakes like 'Vakeel Saab' and 'Bheemla Nayak' already. He is working on 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' and is in talks to do another remake. Harish Shankar is still waiting and so are Mythri Movie Makers. There were a lot of rumours regarding the movie getting shelved but the team said often that the shooting will begin soon.
Pawan himself said that 'Bhavadeeyudu Bhagat Singh' will start in no time during the pre-release event of 'Ante Sundaraniki' but this turned out to be untrue. With a lot of time passing by, insiders say that Pawan decided to inform the makers about his decision.
As per reports, Pawan said that he wants to work on this movie after the 2024 elections as he will be busy with his political commitments from the second half of 2023. Apparently, he only has time for 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' and reportedly asked Harish Shankar and producers to focus on other movies for the time being. Grapevine suggests that the director is now looking to make a movie with a young hero and it will be a completely different subject.
We need to wait and see if this news gets officially confirmed by the makers or not.
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