Plans are on to schedule this film’s release for Sankaranthi next year.

Boyapati-Ram Charans film to be a complete action entertainerDigital Native
Flix Tollywood Tuesday, June 19, 2018 - 19:11

The untitled Boyapati Srinu directorial which has Ram Charan Teja in the lead role is progressing with the shooting happening at a brisk pace. Plans are on to schedule this film’s release for Sankaranthi next year and the filmmakers are racing against time to meet this deadline. Ram Charan, who is basking in glory over the success of his last release Rangasthalam, is teaming up with the maverick director Boyapati Srinu for the first time, which has further upped the expectation levels.

On the film’s progress, we hear through sources that the team is busy filming an action block with the lead star. Reports are that a whopping Rs 5 crores has been earmarked for this stunt sequence, which will be an integral part of the storytelling.

Over 60 artists and 500 bodybuilders are working together for this action block and it would be the highlight of the film. The shooting of this film has been progressing in various locations with the team completing a schedule in Bangkok recently.

Earlier, the team had completed the shooting of the first schedule of this film in which several action sequences were shot at the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad and the Aluminum Factory.

It has already been reported that Ram Charan will be sporting a stubble and a new hairstyle in Boyapati’s film. The film is touted to be a mass entertainer. It has been reported that the actor will play the role of an angry young man belonging to a joint family of four brothers and sisters-in-law.

According to reports, though the untitled film hasn’t been completed yet, the Hindi and Telugu satellite rights were sold for a whopping Rs 47 crore. The film stars Kiara Advani as the female lead with Vivek Oberoi, Prashanth and Sneha in pivotal roles.

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