Mallareddy Rejects Villain Role Opposite Pawan Kalyan

Telangana Minister Mallareddy is making headlines once again, not for his political work, but for his recent statements about rejecting an offer to play a villain in an upcoming film by Harish Shankar with Pawan Kalyan.

Mallareddy, who recently participated in the promotion of the film 'Mem Famous,' shared that he is receiving offers to act in movies, and specifically mentioned that Harish Shankar offered him the role of a villain in his next film for almost an hour.

However, Mallareddy turned down the offer, explaining that he couldn't act as a villain in a film with Pawan Kalyan. Mallareddy's words have gained traction on social media, with many praising his commitment to his political work and values.

Despite the offers coming his way, Mallareddy stated that he is currently focused on his work in politics and that he believes more actors should come from Telangana. Nevertheless, he did express an interest in acting in four or five more films after the upcoming elections.

It is noteworthy that Harish Shankar's upcoming film with Pawan Kalyan is a remake of the Tamil hit movie 'Theri,' and shooting is scheduled to begin in the first week of April. While Mallareddy won't be joining the cast, his words have created a buzz among fans and movie buffs, who are eagerly anticipating the film's release.
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