Bollywood Actress Jacqueline Fernandez features a special song on Pawan Kalyan's Vakeel Saab. As per the report by News Portal, the actress may feature in a special song in Pawan Kalyan’s upcoming Telugu drama film Vakeel Saab, this film is an official remake of Bollywood movie Pink. The filmmakers are keen to rope in Jacqueline and have already approached her with the offer.
Jacqueline Fernandez was last seen in a special song in Prabhas starrer Saaho, which released last year. Telugu megastar Pawan Kalyan, after a brief hiatus, returns to acting with Vakeel Saab, which is being helmed by Venu Sriram. The film’s first look poster was released recently.
Vakeel Saab director Venu Sriram was recently signed to direct Allu Arjun’s next project 'Icon'. Director Venu Sriram collaborates with Pawan Kalyan for the very first time. After complete shooting for Vakeel Saab, He will commence his next project with Allu Arjun 'Icon'. As per the report, Pawan Kalyan did not join the sets until March of the second week, as he was busy with his political commitments. However, he had some plan changes and joined the sets in February, but now due to the filming of the postponed COVID-19 movie.
Vakeel Saab film jointly produced by Boney Kapoor and Dil Raju, the project also stars Nivetha Thomas and Anjali in major roles. The project is likely to feature dialogues by filmmaker Trivikram Srinivas, a regular contributor to Pawan Kalyan. The filmmakers have yet to announce the rest of the cast and crew.
Vakeel Saab (PSPK 26) is the official remake of Bollywood drama Pink. Pawan Kalyan will reprise the role of Amitabh Bachchan in the movie while Nivetha Thomas will reprise the role of Taapsee Pannu and Anjali will take up Kirti Kulhari's role. The drama, directed by Venu Sriram, has been jointly produced by Dil Raju and Boney Kapoor and will hit the theatres soon in 2020.
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