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Producers Strongly Counter Rumours Surrounding Pawan Kalyan’s OG

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Pawan Kalyan’s OG has created massive buzz in the industry circles. The first look and OG glimpse released a few months ago has created a huge anticipation for the film and fans are eager to catch Powerstar at his energetic best. While the movie is in its production stage, it has faced some delays due to Pawan Kalyan’s political commitments. The makers of OG, however, have time and again announced that there will be no deviation from their plans.

Amidst these delays, a rumour started floating around that as shooting is on hold, the budget interests are increasing daily, so DVV Entertainment is planning to sell the film to Peoples Media Factory. The Peoples Media Factory took Prabhas-Maruthi’s film from DVV by offering table profit. Due to this, everyone started believing this rumour.

DVV has now issued a statement saying Pawan Kalyan’s OG is their film and will remain so.

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#OG is ours… #OG will be forever ours,” DVV Entertainment announced.

OG features an interesting ensemble cast including Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi, along with Prakash Raj, Sriya Reddy, Arjun Das, and Harish Uthaman, in key roles. Produced by DVV Danayya under the banner of DVV Entertainment, OG’s music is scored by Thaman who earlier composed tunes for Pawan Kalyan’s Vakeel Saab, Bheemla Nayak, Bro The Avatar

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