‘Nenu Vachaaka Rule Maaraali… Ruling Maaraali… Time Maaraali… Time Table Maaraali’

‘Nenu Vachaaka Rule Maaraali... Ruling Maaraali... Time Maaraali... Time Table Maaraali’

It is understood that the dialogue writers would also keep in mind the changes that are taking place in the artiste’s lives while penning the dialogues for the upcoming movies. It may be recalled here that Pawan Kalyan had launched a political party, ‘Jana Sena’ during the election time. However, he is not in a hurry to jump into politics right away and started attending the public meetings to know the pulse of the people. He had announced that his party would involve in active politics only for the next general elections and till then he would extend moral support to a party other than Congress. As he knew that the Left parties don’t have the chance to come to ruling, he pushed his weight towards BJP at Centre and Telugu Desam in state. However, after elections, none of them are prompt in fulfilling the promises. So, he has decided that his entry into active politics is imminent. Keeping this in view, the dialogue writers had penned some punch dialogues hinting at his direct entry into politics, in his upcoming film ‘Sardar Gabbar Singh’. A dialogue was leaked from the film is denoting it. The dialogue goes like this “Ninna… monna… naaku anavasaram… Nenu vachaaka rule maaraali… Ruling maaraali… Time maarali… Time table maarali.” The film had completed all the formalities including the censor with the Censor Board awarding U/A certificate. As per the film unit sources, the interval bang is exceptionally well. Kajal is playing the female lead, while Lakshmi Rai, Sanjana did special numbers in the movie. Devisri Prasad scored tunes and almost all the songs have become popular by now. KS Ravindra @ Bobby of Power fame wielded the megaphone, while Sharat Marar is producing the film on the banner of Northstar Entertainments in association with Pawan Kalyan Creative Works, while the Bollywood version is being produced in association with Eros International.

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