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The south princess who is on a roll with big-ticket stars is teaming up with Powerstar Pawan Kalyan and director Trivikram Srinivas for her next Tollywood flick. She was elated to share the news on social media.
“Very happy to announce my next Telugu film with Pawan Kalyan sir Pawanism, Director Trivikram Srinivas sir, Production Haarika & Hassine Creations, Anirudh Ravichander,” Keerthy Suresh posted. Under Trivikram’s direction, the movie will be bankrolled by Harrika and Hassine Creations. The music for the film will be scored by Anirudh Ravichander.
Keerthy Suresh has already proved her mettle in Tamil industry and has starred opposite stars such as Vijay Ilaythalapathi and Dhanush. In Tollywood, she made her debut with Ram in Nenu Sailaja and is already shooting her next, Nenu Local, with Nani. Her name was also on the cards for Mahesh Babu’s next film.
Sources close to film unit had revealed that the movie would cast two females leads. The other actor to star in the film is not yet confirmed. Reports also suggested that Devdude Digi Vachina had been registered as the film’s title with the Film Chamber and its regular shoot will start later this month.
Trivikram and Pawan have earlier delivered blockbusters like Jalsa and Attarintiki Daredi. In both the movies, there were two heroines who were paired opposite Pawan. While Ileana D’Cruz and Parvathi Melton acted in Jalsa, Samantha and Pranitha Subhash were cast in Attarintiki Daredi.
Pawan is already busy with Dolly’s Katamarayudu, which is a Telugu remake of Tamil blockbuster Veeram. The movie will feature Pawan Kalyan as a faction leader. Simultaneously, he also booked a slot for another Tamil remake of Vedalam under R T Neason for which the shooting will begin next year.