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After Chiranjeevi, Koratala Siva to direct Ram Charan

After Chiranjeevi, Koratala Siva to direct Ram Charan
After Chiranjeevi, Koratala Siva to direct Ram Charan

Mega Power star Ram Charan is currently working on SS Rajamouli’s upcoming directorial venture RRR, which is being helmed by Baahubali filmmaker SS Rajamouli. Recently Ram Charan attended an interview and spoke about his next upcoming project. Ram Charan also revealed that his next movie after RRR will be with Koratala Siva.

In the past, Ram Charan and Koratala Siva were supposed to join hands for a project. However, the film was shelved after having a formal puja ceremony. Now once again Ram Charan has decided to work with Koratala Siva for an upcoming project which is expected to go on the floor next year.

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Ram Charan has also clarified that he is neither part of his father Chiranjeevi and Koarata Siva’s project nor Lucifer’s Telugu remake. A few days ago it was heard that Ram Charan will make his screen presence in the flashback episode and will essay the role of a younger version of Chiranjeevi but finally, Ram Charan has refuted the rumor by saying that he is not the part of this film.

Mega Power Star Ram Charan would not only play the lead role in it but also produce it under his home banner Konidela Production Company in association with Matinee Entertainments.

With news about Koratala Siva, one of the most successful directors, and Charan, a top star in Tollywood, teaming up, fans are waiting eagerly to know more. More announcements regarding this film will be made once things are finalized, say sources.

it is known the news that Ram Charan donned the producer’s hat for the second time to fulfill his father Megastar Chiranjeevi’s dream project to act in Uyyalawada Narasimhareddy biopic- Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy. Ram Charan shelled out nearly Rs 280 crores on Chiranjeevi starrer Sye Raa.

In the interview, he has made a shocking revelation and said that nearly Rs 75 Crs were spent for just the pre-production work and a couple of sequences.

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