Actor Pawan Kalyan not too long ago took out time to shoot for the favored Telugu chat present, Unstoppable. The present, which is at the moment operating in its second season, is being hosted by actor Nandamuri Balakrishna. Within the first a part of the interview, Pawan Kalyan spoke about coping with melancholy and stated that when he was a young person, he wished to ‘take my own life’. (Additionally Learn | Pawan Kalyan makes TV debut on Nadamuri Balakrishna’s chat present)
Pawan made his tv debut by way of this present which has to this point hosted a number of celebrities from the Telugu business. The second a part of Pawan’s interview with Balakrishna will premiere on February 10 on Aha.
An India As we speak report quoted Pawan speaking about coping with melancholy. “My struggles with depression were overwhelming, but I fought through it. I have asthma and felt isolated due to frequent hospitalisation. Therefore, I’m not much of a social person.”
“At the age of 17, the pressure of exams only added to my depression. I remember planning to take my own life by using the licensed revolver of my eldest brother (Chiranjeevi Konidela) when he was not at home,” he added. Pawan revealed he took to studying, martial arts, and training Carnatic music which helped him emerge as a greater particular person.
Pawan was final seen in Bheemla Nayak, which additionally starred Rana Daggubati. Directed by Saagar Ok Chandra, the movie follows two males – a police SI and a suspended military havildar – who lock horns over an incident and their egos take them on a wild journey.
Bheemla Nayak is the official remake of Malayalam movie Ayyappanum Koshiyum, which tells the story of its title characters in a tug of struggle to show who’s highly effective. Whereas Biju Menon performed the character of Ayyappan Nair, a policeman with unblemished data, Prithviraj was seen as a retired military havildar Koshy Kurian, who had put in 16 years of service.
Pawan at the moment awaits the discharge of the upcoming Telugu interval motion drama, Hari Hara Veera Mallu, which marks his maiden collaboration with filmmaker Krish Jagrlamudi. He additionally has Ustaad Bhagat Singh, a venture which marks his reunion with director Harish Shankar, within the offing.
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