Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak breaks record on Youtube

The title song of Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak released on the actor’s birthday has since then broken records on Youtube

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Power star Pawan Kalyan’s upcoming action thriller film Bheemla Nayak that had its title song released on the occasion of Kalyan’s 50th birthday has since then shattered social media. The soundtrack of the film since its launch has already crossed over 17 million views. In fact, it is the fastest ever that the title song of a Telugu movie has garnered much attention in such a short duration. The music is composed by S. Thaman and the film is edited by Naveen Nooli.

The film will see two very big stars of Tollywood, namely Pawan Kalyan also the Jana Sena party president, and Rana Daggubati acting together in the male roles and the Nithya Menon and Aishwarya Rajesh in the female lead characters alongside the heroes, respectively. 

The film is a remake of the Malayalam movie Ayyappanum Koshiyum that was directed by Sachy. It is scheduled to hit the theatre around Sankranti next year and promises to be a film to reckon with.

The movie directed by Saagar K Chandra is being funded by Suryadevura Naga Vamsi under the banner of Sithara Entertainments. The movie’s screenplays and dialogues have been contributed by Trivikram Srinivas with the film being extensively shot in the Nallamala forest in Andhra Pradesh.

The delay in the project

Even though the movie was announced in the month of October last year, it saw much delay in its completion, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, it got further delayed during the second wave of the disease in April 2021 as well and the filming resumed in the month of July this year.

The promotions of Bheemla Nayak are touching new heights day after day and so are the hopes and aspirations of the filmmakers, fans, and avid movie watchers of the Telugu cinema. So let us keep our fingers crossed, ticket money ready and our adrenaline pumping for the screening of Bheemla Nayak, early next year.

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