Director Koratala Siva suggests changes for film 'Jawaan'

The makers of 'Jawaan' have decided to reshoot certain portions by incorporating changes suggested by the director.
Director Koratala Siva suggests changes for film 'Jawaan'
Director Koratala Siva suggests changes for film 'Jawaan'
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Director Koratala Siva is one of the most successful directors in Tollywood as his films have turned out to be big box office hits.

So recently, the makers of Jawaan wanted his opinion on their film and held a special screening for him. On watching the film, the director is reported to have suggested some major changes; particularly in the post-interval session.

Taking it all in, the makers of Jawaan have decided to reshoot those portions by incorporating the changes suggested by the director.

Directed by BVS Ravi, the film has been jointly written by BVS Ravi, Kalyan Varma Dandu, Sai Krishna and Vamsi Balapanuri. Sai Dharam Tej and Mehreen Pirzada play the lead pair in this action entertainer that also has Prasanna playing a pivotal role.

S Thaman has composed music for the film, with KV Guhan cranking the camera and SR Shekhar taking charge at the editing table.

Produced by Krishna under his banner Arunachal Creations, Jawaan will be presented by the most successful producer in the Telugu film industry, Dil Raju.

Reports are that it was Dil Raju who had suggested that Koratala Siva watch the film before its release and suggest changes. Jawaan, an action entertainer, is likely to hit the silver screens on December 1.

It is worth mentioning here that Koratala Siva’s career in the film industry began as a writer. He had in fact penned the 2002 film Girl Friend along with BVS Ravi and the film was directed by G. Nageswara Reddy.

Koratala Siva’s directorial debut was with Mirchi in 2013 and he had given successive hits Srimanthudu and Janatha Garage. The director is currently busy wielding the megaphone for the Mahesh Babu starrer Bharath Ane Nenu, which is touted to be a political thriller, that will be out in the theatres next year.

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