Exciting Poster Unveiled on Pawan Kalyan’s Birthday for ‘Hari Hara Veera Mallu


On the special occasion of Power Star Pawan Kalyan’s birthday on September 2nd, the highly anticipated historical epic ‘Hari Hara Veera Mallu,’ helmed by director Krish Jaggerlamoody, received a remarkable gift. Produced by A Dayakar Rao and presented by AM Ratnam under Mega Surya Production, the film unveiled a brand new poster today.

The striking poster showcases Pawan Kalyan donning a bearded look, clad in a vibrant red traditional attire paired with black pajamas. In the backdrop, defeated foes lie scattered on the ground, with dust billowing around them. The film aptly carries the subtitle ‘The Legendary Heroic Outlaw,’ and the team extended warm birthday wishes to Pawan Kalyan Garu.

The addition of a powerful background score elevates the impact of the poster. ‘Hari Hara Veera Mallu’ is slated for release in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam languages, promising to narrate the tale of a 17th-century individual embroiled in clandestine activities. Nidhi Aggarwal takes on the role of the female lead in this ambitious multilingual project, which draws inspiration from the Mughal and Qutub Shahi dynasties, offering a unique cinematic experience.

The film meticulously delves into historical details, ensuring an authentic portrayal of the era. The musical genius, M.M. Keeravani, with National and Academy Awards to his name, is set to captivate audiences with his enchanting compositions. The film’s visual appeal is greatly enhanced by the cinematography of VS Gnanashekar and the production design by Thota Tarani.

Pawan Kalyan’s foray into a historical film marks a significant milestone, making ‘Hari Hara Veera Mallu’ all the more enticing. Stay tuned as the film’s team unveils more details about the cast, technicians, and shooting schedule in the near future.




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