All the movie and TV shootings were abruptly stopped where they were due to the unwanted pandemic situation three months back. The recent happenings after unlock announcements seem to be giving hopes to the film industry and even some of the big-ticket films are planning to finish what they started with limited crew and all the COVID-19 guidelines.
While Rajamouli is heard to be in plans of a test shoot, Koratala Siva is waiting for proper approvals on when to start, Sukumar is delaying further as the requirement for Pushpa is much bigger than just a set, here is a word from the rumor birdie that Pawan Kalyan’s Vakeel Saab started shooting already, but strictly with a crew that is required and in a completely closed court set erected with Rs 3 crore.
Vakeel Saab reportedly finished most shooting part before lockdown and is heard to be completing the remaining part, considering Pawan Kalyan’s limited dates availability and also the delay due to the pandemic. Well, the movie being the most part with courtroom scenes, it makes it a bit easier for the makers to go on with silent court arguments, though an expensive set had to be erected for it.
If the news about Vakeel Saab’s silent arguments is true, the movie will be wrapped up soon and be ready to hit the screens by the time the theaters are expected to reopen. Vakeel Saab could be one of those first big-ticket films that release in theaters post lockdown.