Pawan Kalyan might attend audio launch of Khaidi No 150

Pawan Kalyan is most likely to attend the audio launch of his brother Chiranjeevi's upcoming Telugu action-drama Khaidi No 150, a remake of Tamil blockbuster Kaththi", a source said.

By: IANS | Chennai | Published:November 25, 2016 2:50 pm
Pawan Kalyan, Pawan Kalyan movies, Pawan Kalyan upcoming movies, Pawan Kalyan news, Pawan Kalyan latest news, veeram, entertainment news Pawan Kalyan is most likely to attend the audio launch of his brother Chiranjeevi’s upcoming Telugu action-drama Khaidi No 150, a remake of Tamil blockbuster Kaththi”, a source said.

Actor Pawan Kalyan is most likely to attend the audio launch of his brother Chiranjeevi’s upcoming Telugu action-drama Khaidi No 150, a remake of Tamil blockbuster Kaththi”, a source said. “Chiranjeevi had attended the audio launch of Pawan’s ‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’. And now, Pawan is planning to return the favour. The makers are yet to take a final call but Pawan is very keen to attend the event,” a source from the film’s unit told IANS.

With the film scheduled for release during Sankranti festival next year, the audio launch is being planned for next month. The film marks the comeback of Chiranjeevi after an eight-year hiatus. He plays a dual role in this V.V. Vinayak-directed project. Also starring Kajal Aggarwal and Tarun Arora, the film is produced by Ram Charan in association with Lyca Productions.

 

Pawan Kalyan on Sunday hit out at the Centre for demonetising Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, saying it should have done serious exercise before announcing the decision. “It is evident from the current situation that government has not done enough exercise..The government should have done some serious exercise before delegalising the tender,” Kalyan said in a series of tweets.

“Government has to spell out the actual new currency position. Rural economy and the unorganised urban market is to be taken care. Senior citizens are to be taken care & Government should take measures to stop unrest in public,” he said.

He said government could not hide for a long time under the shade of maintaining secrecy along with alleging that there was no proper estimation before announcing the delegalisation of currency.

Kalyan, who launched Jana Sena on the eve of 2014 elections, did not jump into the electoral arena but lent support to the TDP-BJP combine and aided in its victory in Andhra Pradesh. On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the decision to demonetise Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 currency notes.