Gopala Gopala
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New posters of Pawan Kalyan-Venkatesh starrer "Gopala Gopala" have been released much to the delight of the fans. (Check Posters Below)

The posters, showing Pawan and Venkatesh riding a bike and an elegant chariot, look impressive and they are likely to get positive feedback from the fans.

With the release of "Gopala Gopala" nearing, fans are looking forward for updates about the film's audio, teaser and trailer. Earlier, there were rumours doing the rounds that the audio of "Gopala Gopala" will be released on 1 January 2015. But, the makers have updated that the audio launch will happen soon, though they have not confirmed the release date. Buzz is that the music release will happen on 2 or 3 January.

The songs, composed by Anup Rubens, will reportedly have three songs and two of them will feature Pawan. Recently, "Gopala Gopala" team shot a song featuring both Pawan and Venkatesh. There are huge expectations on the album as composer Rubens impressed the critics and the audience with an impressive background score for the "Gopala Gopala" motion poster.

The team is racing against time to complete the shooting portions and get it ready for the censor formalities. The multi-starrer is expected to hit the screens for Sankranti/Pongal 2015.

Directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasany, "Gopala Gopala" is a satirical drama and is a remake of Hindi film "Oh My God."

Recently, the film faced ire from rightwing group Bhagyanagar Ganesh Utsav Samiti (BGUS) for showing gods in "un-parliamentary" way. In a representation submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), BGUS has stated that the way Gods have been depicted in the film might hurt the religious sentiments of the people and cause disturbance in the society, reported the Press Trust of India.

"In the film (teaser) we found Lord Krishna and other Hindu Gods have been shown in un-parliamentary way. If this kind of things occur in society, every Hindu feeling will be hurt and it leads to disturbance in society. So, I request you to take sincere action towards this film and make sure such things do not form part of the upcoming film," BGUS said in the representation, according to PTI.

Besides BGUS, "Gopala Gopala" also faced trouble from Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) activists. On Wednesday, VHP activists sought a ban on the film and also demanded the censor board not to issue censor certificate to the Pawan starrer.

It may be recalled that Aamir Khan's "PK" faced nation-wide protests from Hindu rightwing groups alleging that the film defames the Hindu religion. Now, "Gopala Gopala" is also under the scrutiny of some religious groups.