Ram Charan to begin shooting in Bangkok for upcoming Boyapati Srinu film
After the success of Rangasthalam, Ram Charan is getting ready for his new movie to be directed by Boyapati Srinu set against the backdrop of Visakhapatnam.The makers have already completed the shooting of the first schedule of this film in which several action sequences were shot at Ramoji Film City and Aluminum Factory.
The team will travel next to Bangkok this month for the next phase of shooting. The Bangkok shooting is being planned for a period of 2 weeks.
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 is bankrolled by DVV Danayya under DVV Entertainment. Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi will play the main antagonist while actor Prashanth will be seen as brothers of Ram Charan and Sneha in crucial role.
The film has music composed by Devi Sri Prasad. Kiara Advani who is playing the lead role in Mahesh Babu’s Bharat Ane Nenu will play Ram Charan’s love interest in the film. Also, Ramya Krishnan who was last seen in Suriya’s Thaana Serntha Kootam will be seen in an important role in the film.
Ram Charan's latest release Rangasthalam, a village based drama's collections is unstoppable at the box-office.The film is already in the all time top 3rd grosser in Tollywood and collected over Rs 195 Cr gross and Rs 115 Cr share (approximately Rs 118 Cr share including the overflows) worldwide in the 30 days of its release and is still going strong at the box office.
Director Boyapati Srinu’s last release Jaya Janaki Nayaka featured lesser known hero Bellamkonda Srinivas in the lead role and the film even managed to turn into a big grosser at the box office.
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