A combo image shows Mahesh Babu and Keerthy Suresh.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
During the beginning of the year, Telugu stars Mahesh Babu and Keerthy Suresh began the 30-day shoot schedule for the film Sarkaru Vaari Paata in Dubai. Now, it has been announced that Mahesh Babu has joined the film’s second shooting schedule on the auspicious occasion of Ugadi.
The makers announced the news while extending their wishes to the fans and followers.
In the post shared by the makers, it was officially announced that the second shoot schedule begins on Ugadi while following all the necessary Covid-19 safety protocols.
The makers wrote, “#HappyUgadi 🙂
SuperStar @urstrulymahesh joins #SarkaruVaariPaata 2nd Schedule today with all necessary safety precautions
@KeerthyOfficial @ParasuramPetla @MusicThaman @GMBents @14ReelsPlus.”
Sarkaru Vaari Paata will be directed by Parasuram and bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers.
The music of the film is composed by S Thaman. The actor-music director duo is collaborating together after almost seven years.
Touted to be a commercial entertainer, the film also stars Vennela Kishore and Subbaraju.
The Telugu star also visited Sharjah for filming.
The star tweeted, “Filming for #SarkaruVaariPaata at Sharjah's Mleiha (@discovermleiha) was truly a unique experience! The stories, amazing recreational activities, and stunning landscapes will stay my favorite for a long time to come! Appreciate the warmth and hospitality.
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