Hari Hara Veera Mallu, the next historical action movie starring Powerstar Pawan Kalyan, has started filming its second schedule on freshly constructed sets at Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad. The politician-turned-actor, who recently gained notoriety for his combative speech, started working on the sets on October 27.
The protagonist of Hari Hara Veera Mallu is a disobedient young man who is determined to steal the Kohinoor from the nation's Mughal rulers. This is Nidhhi Agerwal's first time working with Pawan Kalyan; she plays the part of Panchami. Roshanara is portrayed by Bollywood actress Nargis Fakhri, and Arjun Rampal, another Bollywood performer, was chosen to play Aurangazeb. This project is a prestigious one for filmmaker Krish to make his comeback to movies, and actress Pujita Ponnada is also a part of it.
The filming of Hari Hara Veera Mallu has been ongoing for a while, but it was temporarily stopped due to creative disagreements between the actor and the director, or so it was previously stated. However, a promotional video with Pawan Kalyan, Krish, and other members of the technical team debating the script was later released by the movie's producers. After the video's publication, fans rejoiced, as there had been rumours that Pawan might turn his attention to politics as the two Telugu states' general elections were drawing near.
The movie's backdrops, outfits, and stunts were all carefully chosen to complement the genre and era in which it was set. Shyam Kaushal, a well-known Bollywood action director, has been brought on board to oversee the stunt choreography in HHVM. The soundtrack for the movie is being created by MM Keeravani. KL Praveen is the editor, and VS Gnana Sekhar is in charge of the cinematography.
A Dayakar Rao and AM Ratnam are producing Hari Hara Veera Mallu under the Mega Surya Production brand, with a budget of roughly Rs 200 Crore. The movie will probably premiere on March 30, 2023.