We made changes in the screenplay that suits Pawan Kalyan’s Stardom: Vakeel Saab Director

Power star Pawan Kalyan’s Vakeel Saab is all set to release on April 9th. Fans can’t wait to watch their idol on big screen. Ahead of Vakeel Saab’ release, director Venu Sriram interacted with media and revealed his journey.

Vakeel Saab
We made changes in the screenplay that suits Pawan Kalyan’s Stardom: Vakeel Saab Director

Talking about the response for the Vakeel Saab trailer, Venu said, “I am happy about the response. Releasing the trailer among the audience in theatres create a feeling of the release of the movie itself.”

He further continued saying, “Directing star like Pawan Kalyan, it is a happy moment for sure. Vakil Sahab is a film that needs to be told with responsibility at the same time it should reach a wider audience who value the image of Pawan Kalyan in different ways. So both the perceptions got blended with the writing part. We stuck to the two points like women empowerment and courtroom drama. Since we have a star on board, we made some changes in screenplay that suits his stardom and enables the film global reach.”

Talking about his journey, Venu Sriram said, “the journey didn’t happen just in one day starting from my debut film ‘Oh my Friend‘ to ‘Vakeel Saab’ It involved 10 years journey. but I have confidence in myself and love for the cinema to lead a life here. Working with Pawan Kalyan is a dream that came to reality for me.”

It is known that vakil Sahab is a remake of Bollywood hit film Pink starring Amitabh Bachchan in lead role. Vakeel Saab also stars Shruti Hassan, Anjali, Niveda Thomas, Prakash Raj, and Ananya Nagalla in crucial rules. The film is produced by Dil Raju Sri Venkateswara creations in association with Boney Kapoor’s Bayview projects.



Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.