Pawan Kalyan’s movie countdown has started as the days are just dripping down the fans expectations are hyping. Tollywood’s upcoming movie, in just a few days from today will be released all over and the expectations and the talks regarding the movie are high. In an exaggeration movement, there is a news regarding the performance of the movie at the box office too. It is expected that Sardaar Gabbar Singh first day collections would be at record level and it may cross all the set records till date.
The trailer of Sardar Gabbar Singh, which revealed its story and other details, had disappointed fans. However, sources from the censor board, which is impressed with the final outcome, say the movie is going to be a good action entertainer and offers much more than what is depicted in its trailer in terms of plot. With five days left for its release, the team of Sardar Gabbar Singh is now busy with its promotional activities. In a statement released to the media, the makers said the Pawan Kalyan-Kajal Aggarwal-starrer is a high-octane action film.
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The advance bookings of the movie were started in various cities of Australia and fast fillings are being recorded overseas. Obviously, the local theatres would definitely get busted with the crowd. At national level too, the movie is with high expectations. Presently the film unit is busy in shooting a duet song on Pawan Kalyan and Kajal Aggarwal in Switzerland. With this song completion, the entire shooting of the film will be over and the movie will get its censor formalities done on April 4.The movie will hit the theatre screens on April 8, the Telugu New Year.
Featuring the super star Pawan Kalyan and beautiful Kajal Aggarwal altogether, audience expectations from this movie are too high due to their successful past in their previous movies. It looks fantastically well and releasing at good note of time, hence total box office collection is expected to be around 100+ Crores* in Telugu from AP, Telangana regions & 30+ Crores* in Hindi (dubbed) from Mumbai, Delhi etc.