Ram Charan and Shankar team up for a pan India project
RC15 will be produced by Dil Raju and fans of Ram Charan are super happy with his collaboration with Shankar
By Bhavana Sharma, February 12, 2021 19:31 IST
The big news is out!! Another film joins the list of pan India films being rolled out from the Telugu film industry. Actor Ram Charan has bagged a prestigious project into his Kitty and it is none other than director Shankar who is going to helm this project.
The actor took to his Twitter handle to share the news and wrote, “Excited to be a part of Shankar Sir's cinematic brilliance produced by Raju garu and Shirish garu. Looking forward to #RC15 ! @shankarshanmugh @SVC_official #SVC50.” (sic)Dil Raju is going to produce this film under Sri Venkateswara Creations.Shankar is known for sensational blockbusters like 'Gentleman', 'Premikudu', 'Bharateeyudu', 'Jeans', 'Oke Okkadu', 'Aparichitudu', 'Robot' and '2.0'.Speaking about the grand project, producer Dil Raju said, 'It has been almost two decades since we started out producing movies. In this journey, our banner has made films with star heroes, budding and new actors and directors. We have won a permanent place in the hearts of the Telugu audience with our memorable movies. We are now glad to announce that our 50th movie will feature Mega Power Star Ram Charan. This is going to be his 15th movie. “He further added, “Charan and Shankar coming together is definitely a massive thing. And expectations are going to be understandably huge. Sri Venkateswara Creations will make the film in such a way that cinema lovers will find it enjoyable. The names of the film's cast and crew will be divulged soon.”February 12, 2021
The actor took to his Twitter handle to share the news and wrote, “Excited to be a part of Shankar Sir's cinematic brilliance produced by Raju garu and Shirish garu. Looking forward to #RC15 ! @shankarshanmugh @SVC_official #SVC50.” (sic)
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