Pawan Gears up for Item Shoot

Published: 29th September 2015 03:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th September 2015 03:29 AM   |  A+A-

Allaying fears of an indefinite delay in his upcoming entertainer Sardaar Gabbar Singh, Powerstar Pawan Kalyan will return to shoot on Wednesday, and will shoot a special song with Kannada lass, Raai Laxmi.  After the film’s cinematographar Jayanan Vincent walked out of the film, following an alleged spat with director Bobby, sources indicated that Pawan was unhappy with the turn of events and walked out of the sets in a huff.  Laying all such speculation to rest, the makers of Sardaar Gabbar Singh announced on Monday that the shoot will go ahead as planned. 

Pawan.jpg“A special song featuring Pawan Kalyan and Raai Laxmi in Sardaar Gabbar Singh will start on Wednesday in Nanakramguda Rama Naidu Studio,” said a spokesperson from the film. 

Sources reveal that a special set has been erected by art director Brahma Kadali and that Pawan is excited to shoot for the song composed by Devi Sri Prasad.  

Directed by Bobby, Sardaar Gabbar Singh also features Kajal Aggarwal and is slated to release early next year.

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