Power Star Pawan Kalyan, who will be appearing as lord Krishna in his upcoming film "Gopala Gopala", will apparently have an extended role in the movie.
Earlier, there was a buzz that Pawan has made changes to the script as well as to his character in "Gopala Gopala," the Telugu remake of Hindi film "Oh My God." However, the film's director Kishore Pardasani aka Dolly denied the reports and stated that the power star's role will appear only for a duration of 25 minutes in the film.
"There have been no changes in the script and Pawan has never asked for it to be changed. His character will be on-screen for a duration of 25 minutes as in the original movie, played by Akshay Kumar," Deccan Chronicle quoted the director.
Latest buzz is that Pawan's screen time has been extended in the movie. According to sources from the film's team, the actor's role has been increased to 45 minutes, reported Sify. If it is true, it will be a real treat for Pawan fans. However, there is no official confirmation in this regard.
"Gopala Gopala", a satirical comedy drama, will have Venkatesh and Pawan in lead roles. Venkatesh will be reprising Paresh Rawal's role of a shop owner from the original film. Shriya Saran, bollywood actor Mithun Chakraborty, Posani Krishna Murali, Madhu Shalini and Diksha Panth are also part of the film's cast.
The shooting of "Gopala Gopala" is progressing well and a special song on Venkatesh and Pawan is likely to be shot, reported 123telugu.
The first look poster of the film is expected to be released on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chathurthi. But, no official announcement has been made about the poster release.
The film's music is composed by Anup Rubens. Lahari Music has bagged the audio rights of the film, reported the Times of India. Suresh Babu and Sharath Marar are producing the satirical film.
The multi starrer is expected to hit the screens during Sankranti festival period in 2015. The film is carrying huge expectations as two big stars have joined hands for the first time. The presence of Pawan and Venkatesh will boost the business prospects of the film, which is not a regular commercial entertainer.
"Gopala Gopala" is expected to clash with Nandamuri Balakrishna's "Godse," an action entertainer which is also getting ready for the Sankranti release.