Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh 2: Who will be the Second Heroine In Cop Saga?
Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh 2: Who will be the Second Heroine In Cop Saga?pawankalyanofficial/Facebook

Actress Anisha Ambrose has already been roped in to play opposite Power Star Pawan Kalyan in the upcoming Telugu movie "Gabbar Singh 2" and its producers are on a hunt for the second heroine.

The latest reports suggest that "Gabbar Singh 2" has two female leads and the second heroine is said to add glamour quotient to the film.

"There is a space for the second lead and this actress will fill the glamour quotient with a very energetic and active character. The second female lead's name will be announced in a few days," Deccan Chronicle quoted a source as saying.

"Gabbar Singh 2" is a big-ticket film to be produced by Pawan's friend Sharath Marar. Initially, "Racha" fame Sampath Nandi was roped in to direct the film, but he opted out of the project due to the delay in the film's production. Writer-turned-director KS Ravindra, who recently hogged the limelight with Ravi Teja's "Power", is set to direct the No1 Tollywood actor in the movie.

It should be recalled that it was Pawan, who added fresh elements such as Antakshari episode in "Gabbar Singh" that entertained the audience across the globe. The actor himself has been working on the script of "Gabbar Singh 2" much before his political foray. 

"Gabbar Singh 2" is touted to be a love story laced with loads of action and great humour. The makers say that it is neither a prequel nor a sequel to "Gabbar Singh". It has no resemblance to "Dabangg 2". It will be a wholesome entertainer and will turn out to be yet another independent and entertaining film.

"Shooting will commence in December 2014 with a short schedule and the production will aim for a May 2015 release," says producer Marar.

Brahmanandam, Ali and Narra Srinu are also part of "Gabbar Singh 2", which is likely to include Pawan's favourites - the Antakshari gang. The movie has Anand Sai's art direction, Vincent's camera work, Devi Sri Prasad's music, Rajesh More's costumes and Harish Pai's dance choreography.