200 Crores For Ram Charan's Next?

Mon Jan 17 2022 13:35:21 GMT+0530 (IST)

Ram Charan is no longer a star hero in Tollywood. He has turned into a pan-Indian star even before the release of 'RRR'. Rajamouli's film brought him a huge image and thanks to 'RRR' promotions, he became a well-known name all over the North market. With the rise in the OTT market, a lot of Ram Charan's films are available on the internet and many people have watched him. All these factors helped him in getting a huge market all over the country.



As the release of 'RRR' is delayed, Charan has shifted his focus on his next big-budget project with legendary director Shankar. It is going to be Ram Charan's 15th film and Dil Raju's 50th production. Kiara Advani is the heroine in this movie while Srikanth, Anjali, Sunil and others play key roles. Thaman is the music composer for this project and a lot of top-notch technicians are working on it.

News is that this much-awaited movie has hit a jackpot because the non-theatrical rights are sold for a huge sum of 200 crores. Grapevine suggests that the top broadcasting network ZEE company bought the satellite as well as streaming rights for the project. It will be available on the ZEE5 OTT platform once the film completes its theatrical run. This is a gigantic amount for non-theatrical rights and it is shocking everyone. The official news is yet to be confirmed by the makers but the news is going viral.

The shooting is expected to kickstart by the end of this month and the lead cast will be taking part in it. Shankar has reportedly come up with a powerful script with a strong message. Audience are hoping that the star director returns back to his previous form and deliver classics like 'Gentleman', 'Premikudu', 'Oke Okkadu', 'Sivaji', 'Aparichitudu' and others once again.

Apart from this film, Ram Charan is also going to work with Gautham Tinnanuri who made touching movies like 'Malli Raava' and 'Jersey' in the past. The project has been in the news for a long time and it is expected to start rolling after Shankar's film is done.