Ravi Teja’s upcoming film Khiladi seems to be undergoing a major change. Apparently, the makers had planned to shoot a couple of songs in Dubai. They were to leave for the Gulf country early next month. However, director Ramesh Varma is now making arrangements to film the two songs at a specially constructed set on the outskirts in Hyderabad.
The change of plan was apparently necessitated by the fact that the Dubai Consulate hasn’t yet started accepting visa applications. “We have been waiting for the ticketing to be opened to Dubai, and looks like that may happen in the first week of August. But we are not sure how many of the crew will get visas. So, we will only shoot a few scenes of the protagonist there, as his character is set in Dubai,” says the filmmaker, adding that, as of now, they are planning to wrap up the two songs in Hyderabad.