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Pawan Kalyan, Harish Shnnkar reunite for Ustaad Bhagat Singh- Cinema express

Pawan Kalyan, Harish Shankar reunite for Ustaad Bhagat Singh

Backed by Mythri Movie Makers, Ustaad Bhagat Singh will have music by Devi Sri Prasad, and cinematography by Ayananka Bose

Published: 11th December 2022
Pawan Kalyan's next titled Ustaad Bhagat Singh

Two years back, Pawan Kalyan signed a film with his Gabbar Singh director Harish Shankar. After finishing a few of his other commitments, including Bheemla Nayak, Pawan Kalyan is set to begin filming for the Harish Shankar project, which has now been titled Ustaad Bhagat Singh.

Backed by Mythri Movie Makers, Ustaad Bhagat Singh will have music by Devi Sri Prasad, and cinematography by Ayananka Bose. 

In the first-look poster of Ustaad Bhagat Singh, we see Pawan Kalyan having a glass of tea while standing next to a sporty Harley Davidson bike. The poster comes with the caption, "This time, it's not just entertainment."

While, there are no confirmed reports about the script, there were speculations about Ustaad Bhagat Singh being a remake of Tamil blockbuster, Theri, which starred Vijay and Samantha, and was directed by Atlee. Interestingly, a few days earlier, when these reports about Ustaad Bhagat Singh being a possible Theri remake surfaced, a lot of netizens expressed their disappointment by making "We don't want Theri remake" a trending topic.  

Meanwhile, Pawan Kalyan also has Hari Hara Veera Mallu, directed by Krish, and Saaho director Sujeeth's next. He is also reportedly part of the Telugu remake of the Samuthirakani film, Vinodhaya Sitham.

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