One film which is affected the most by Pawan Kalyan’s non-cinema commitments is Hari Hara Veeramallu. Even though there are other films Pawan has agreed to do, HHVM is already a half-completed product and the producer AM Ratnam is in soup as he can not drop the project or complete it with our Pawan being on board again. The film is estimated to be made in Rs 180 Cr to Rs 200 Crores budget which is a huge cost to the producer if the project gets delayed. The late it gets, the burden it becomes for the producer in terms of interest. Ratnam has all his hopes pinned on PSPK to make a strong comeback into movies as a producer. Earlier, he produced many successful magnum opus kind of movies like Bharateeyudu, Khushi, Vedalam etc. After a break in Tollywood, he is planning to get back to his numero uno -position through the new production house Megasurya Productions.
Ratnam was anxious about the project and his future as well for the past few months because of the delay in HHVM. Now, in good news to him and Pawan fans as well, PSPK has finally shown some mercy on Ratnam. Inside sources say that he agreed to complete the film earlier than the other commitments like the Vinodhaya Sitham remake, Bhavadeeyudu Bhagat Singh. Notedly, the applause Harihara Veeramallu’s glimpse received convinced Pawan to come to terms with Krish Jagarlamudi and continue with the project. It is being said that the star will soon join the sets and once it completes, he will move on to the Vinodhaya Sitham remake as well. As for Bhavadeeyudu Bhagatsingh, its fate is yet to be seen.