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Pink Remake Shooting Finally Resumes But Pawan Doesn't Seem Ready Yet

Pink remake shooting finally resumes but Pawan doesn't seem ready yet 

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrities, directors, and producers have halted their film shooting and spent time in their homes. During recent times film shootings have been slowly started by taking mandated precautions to keep themselves safe. Most of the prominent celebs of the industry have already started working on their projects. 

Simultaneously, even Venu Sriram has started the shoot of Vakeel Saab which happens to be the remake of the iconic film Pink. Actors like Anjali and Shruthi Hasan have joined the sets along with the other cast but Pawan Kalyan hasn't appeared for the shooting yet. Sources reveal that Pawan Kalyan will not be coming back to shoot until October 1st because he has some other duties to wind up. 

Vakeel Saab is directed by Venu Sriram and produced by star producer Dil Raju who also allegedly turned down a glowing offer from an OTT platform by refusing to sell the film to them. 

Since the choice of the cast of this movie is very interesting fans cannot wait to hear further updates of this film. 

 

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