Ram Charan is super busy now. He is currently filming for Shankar's political drama RC15 which is being mounted on a lavish scale. He plays a bureaucrat in the film and Bollywood babe Kiara Advani plays the female lead in the same. Now, in his latest interview with a top media portal, Charan has opened up about his forthcoming releases RRR, RC15, and Acharya which are in various stages of production. He dropped a few interesting updates on the release plans and working experiences pertaining to these films.
"Working with my father Chiranjeevi Garu for Acharya has been a surreal experience for me both as an actor and also as a person. I should thank Koratala Siva garu for making it happen with Acharya. The film is a dream come true in so many more ways than one. I play a 40-minute character in the film and I will be seen for the entirety of the second half. My character is that of a comrade who follows the footsteps of a veteran comrade and acts on his command," Charan said when asked about Acharya.
"Working with Rajamouli is like going to a library. He is a walking library. Working with him helps you grow and evolve as an actor. I play Alluri Seetharama Raju in the film. All these three characters have completely different get-ups and nunances. Working on a film of this magnitude is a refreshing experience. RRR will be a big step up in Indian cinema and Rajamouli has carved it with utmost perfection," Charan said.
About RC15, Charan said the Shankar directorial is a full-on political drama with a socially relevant theme and plotline. "I am simply having countless fanboy moments on the sets while shooting for the film. Working with Shankar sir has been a dream-like experience for me personally and I am glad that it is happening with RC15. Being able to emulate his script, his vision, and his project has offered me a new experience altogether. We are planning to release the film in theatres in February 2023."
Charan also seemed excited about kickstarting RRR's promotional campaign starting very soon.