Pawan Kalyan is participating in a workshop under the aegis of director Krish Jagarlamudi. He, along with Nidhhi Agerwal and others doing the film, are practising their 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' lines. The film's new schedule is going to be rolled out in October.
Usually, workshops are not known to be done by senior actors, much less superstars, at least openly. Pawan participating in a workshop is, therefore, interesting. It goes to show that he and Krish want to ensure perfection.
Recently, Chiranjeevi remarked that a lot of directors give the lines just before a scene is shot. "It leaves the actor unprepared," the Megastar commented, adding that actors need to digest the lines so that they look sincere on screen while delivering them. (Of course, he was not saying that there is a need for workshops all the time)
Nowadays, the expectations of the audience from actors are very high. 'Hari Hara Veera Mallu' is not a regular commercial entertainer or family drama. Therefore, comparisons will be made with unusual genre films like 'Baahubali' and 'Ponniyin Selvan-I' when it gets released.
The pressure of high expectations must be making Pawan pull up his socks. It's a good sign, really!