Actor Pawan Kalyan’s speech at the 2017 Indian Conference at Harvard University recently gave out some startling revelations about the star.
Stating that movies weren’t satisfying for him as an actor, Pawan said that if his debut film Johnny turned out to be a big hit, he would have quit films altogether right then.
The 'Power Star' said that the film’s failure made him realise that he needed to work a lot for success and money. He also pointed out that he will continue to don the greasepaint until he could.
Apart from movies, Pawan also spoke elaborately about politics and social service among other issues.
The actor is almost done with Katamarayudu, which is in the final stages of production.
Directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasani aka Dolly, the film is produced by Sharrath Marar of North Star Entertainment.
It has Shruti Haasan pairing up with Pawan Kalyan, and is the official remake of the Tamil blockbuster hit flick, Veeram, which had Ajith and Tammannah playing the lead pair.
Anup Rubens is composing music for the movie and Prasad Murella is wielding the camera.
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