Pawan Kalyan Creates Problems For Producers

The much talked about Telugu remake of the hit Bollywood movie ‘Oh My God’, has been in the news for quite some time now. First, it was the cast of Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan which ensured that the film remained in the news for a long time. And now, with the launch of the movie, it’s making is in the news.


Power Star Pawan Kalyan will be essaying a very important role in the movie. In the original film, “OMG Oh My God”, the role was played by Akshay Kumar.

However,there is a catch to all the headlines that the movie is making.

Power Star Pawan Kalyan has alloted only 20 days for the shooting of his part. This, is a set back for the producers as his role requires him to work for more number of days. It thereby remains to be seen how the makers manage this issues.

A source close to the film says that Pawan Kalyan creates problems for producers. “He always makes such weird demands and producers have to accept it. They have no other option”, added the source.

Pawan Kalyan’s role in the movie is not a full-fledged lead role. His role has only 30 minutes of screen time in the film.

While this role is longer than Akshay Kumar’s in the original movie, it invariably means that Pawan Kalyan will be seen in a short but sweet role. Fans expecting a full length role from Pawan must now compromise with this fact.

Pawan Kalyan Venkatesh Movie, “Gopala Gopala” (tentatively title) was launched yesterday amidst much fanfare at Ramanaidu studios.

The cast of the film were present at the movie launch. Also spotted at the launch were Venkatesh’s son and brother.

Power star Pawan Kalyan will be essaying the role of Lord Vishnu whereas Victory Venkatesh will be playing the role of a businessman which was played by Paresh Rawal in the film’s Hindi counterpart. Shriya Saran will be seen playing a pivotal role in the movie which is also the Tollywood debut of Disco Dancer Mithun Chakraborty.

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