Movie Shootings: Tollywood starts shooting after the second wave. Almost all movie sets are ready. Shooting is in full swing to receive the release dates already announced. And let's see which hero started shooting and which movie is on which set. Movies are going on the sets one after another in Tollywood right now.
Charan's pic on the set is going viral with the start of shooting in RRR shoot Gandipet starring Ram Charan and NTR multistarrer under the direction of Rajamouli. The shooting of the movie 'Acharya' starring Chiranjeevi and Charan has also started in Kokapet and is continuing. Prabhas, who has been sculpting for three years, has also started shooting for 'Radhe Shyam' at Ramoji Film City for the final touches. Radhe Shyam, who announced the release date in July, plans to complete the rest of the shoot fast for the release of the film on time. The shooting of 'Shyam Singa Roy' with Nani and Rahul Sankrityan started the set in the CBIT college area. Naga Chaitanya and Rashi Khanna's upcoming film 'Thankyou' directed by Vikram Kumar will be shot in Secunderabad.
Tamil hero Vishal has also started shooting for his 31st film in Hyderabad. Vishal has decided to complete the film in Ramoji Film City as permits have not been given yet in Chennai. Young hero Vishwak Sen 'Pagal' movie will be held in Shamirpet. The movie 'Pagal', which has already started promotions, is planning to hit the theatres soon. Along with them, the rest of the star heroes are also scheduled to shoot. The shooting of 'Pushpa' in Bunny-Sukumar combination will take place from July 5 at Bhoot Bangla. Mahesh Babu and Kirti Suresh duo Parashuram's upcoming film 'Sarkaru Vari Pata' will continue to shoot in Hyderabad from July 7. Pawan Kalyan and Rana are planning to do an Ayyappan Koshyam remake movie starring in Multistarrer from July 1 in an aluminium factory.
Venkatesh and Varun Tej's 'F3' movie shooting will be held from July 1 at the Hyderabad Aluminum Factory. Balakrishna-Boyapati combination hat-trick movie 'Akhanda' has also fixed a 40-day schedule in Gandipet from July 1.