Power Star Pawan Kalyan is reportedly not happy with the slow paced shooting of "Sardaar Gabbar Singh", and has asked producer Sharrath Marar and director Bobby to work on the schedule.
On 15 November, Pawan Kalyan started shooting for the film in Gujarat, where the film unit shot for 25 days. The actor returned to Hyderabad after completing his scenes. Later, the film unit shot some scenes with the remaining cast at Rajkot in Gujarat. But the team, reportedly, returned to Hyderabad without completing the filming of several key sequences.
Pawan Kalyan was said to be miffed with the director and producer over the incomplete shooting. "It was an important outdoor schedule where they had planned to shoot several key scenes. But the planning went haywire and the director was unable to complete filming a couple of important sequences which left Pawan Kalyan fuming," The Times of India quoted a source as saying.
This was not the first time when the unit returned without finishing filming. There was said to be a similar incident recently. Hence, Pawan Kalyan, who is known for his discipline, has advised both the director and producer to have a proper plan.
"In an earlier outdoor shooting schedule of the film also the unit couldn't complete shooting all the things as per plan. Pawan is a perfectionist and believes in planning. He gets easily irritated when there's confusion or things are unorganised. That is why, he snapped at the producer and director," the source added.
The team of "Sardaar Gabbar Singh" began its shooting at Malshej Ghat in Maharashtra on 29 May 2015. The makers had initially planned to complete production by the end of the year and release it in January 2016. But several replacements in cast and crew, and lack of proper planning has delayed its release.