Gabbar Singh 2, the much awaited film of Power Star Pawan Kalyan is all set to hit the floors soon. The story has been conceived by Pawan Kalyan. It is also known that it was Pawan Kalyan who decided the name Gabbar Singh and added fresh elements to the maverick cop’s characterization that entertained audience all over the world. Right from the unique costume design of the cop to the popular Antakshari episode involving thugs and ruffians, it was Pawan Kalyan’s ideas that gave a new destiny to the movie.
Now, Pawan Kalyan is all set to recreate magic with Gabbar Singh 2, a love story laced with romance, loads of action and great humour. It is neither a prequel nor a sequel to ‘Gabbar Singh’. Pawan Kalyan has been working on this script much before his political foray. The project was first announced with Sampath Nandi as the director but as there was a delay in the start of the project due to politics and other reasons. Sampath moved on to produce a film in his own banner and now to direct another project.
Keeping in view the entertaining character of the film, K.Ravindra (Bobby) has been finalized as the director of the film.
After several auditions for the heroine’s role Anisha Ambrose, a native Telugu speaking girl from the Telugu film industry has been found most apt. Sharrath Marar a close friend and associate of Pawan Kalyan will be producing the film.
The cast includes Bramhanandam, Ali and Narra Srinu. Key additions from the Hindi film industry is to happen in the coming days. And of course, Gabbar Singh 2 cannot happen without Pawan Kalyan’s favourites the Antakshari gang. Gabbar SIngh 2 will be produced by Pawan Kalyan Creative Works and Northstar Entertainment in association with Eros International.
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