There are a lot of biopics made on Indian freedom fighters but here is an unexplored story of the youngest man who fought against the British. History buffs and students know him for the famous Muzaffarpur Conspiracy Case, in which he was convicted by the British Raj and sentenced to death in 1908. His name is Khudiram Bose who is born in 1889.
A biopic is being made on him now and it showcases the man's valour and martyrdom. Debutante producer Rajitha Vijay Jagarlamudi has resolved to make one in association with talented director Vidya Sagar Raju. Produced by Golden Rain Productions, the biopic is presented by Jagarlamudi Parvathi. "It''s a fight that has etched its way into history but was a hidden gem," the makers today said, introducing the project.
The cast includes Rakesh Jagarlamudi, Vivek Oberoi, Atul Kulkarni, Nasser, Ravi Babu, Kasi Viswanath and others. This movie will be coming out in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, and Hindi. The title of the film was today released at the hands of former Vice-President of India, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu garu.
Music director Mani Sharma, award-winning production designer Padma Sri Thota Tharani, stunt director Kanal Kannan, and cinematographer Rasool Ellore have been onboarded for this epic saga. Marking the acting debut of Rakesh Jagarlamudi, the ambitious project sees the coming together of some of the finest acting and technical talents. Editor Marthand K Venkatesh and dialogue-writer Baaladitya have also come on board.