That was more important than doing anything for the industry because that’s beyond your reach. Ram is now gearing up to reunite with filmmaker S S Rajamouli, nine years after their magnum opus Magadheera. The 33-year-old actor made his Bollywood debut with the remake of megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s 1973 film, Zanjeer, in 2013 opposite Priyanka Chopra. Related News
Ram Charan at Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India event: My dad used to tell me to learn how to dance by watching Allu ArjunRam Charan Teja to attend Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya, Naa Illu India event in HyderabadWill Rangasthalam be taken off screens in Tamil Nadu?Telugu star Ram Charan believes Aamir Khan and Salman Khan have inspired actors across the country to opt for stories that are both commercial and content-driven. When asked if he felt the pressure to deliver with Rangasthalam, Ram said that more than the film’s commercial prospects, he was concerned about doing justice to his character and the era the story was set in. “I agree about the industry not delivering, but the pressure on me was more about the character we took, the genre and the period we were experimenting. These two (actors) are biggest examples for today’s generation. The film came as a breather for Telugu cinema, which had been reeling under back-to-back flops. I am sure it will be challenging and fun. Critics have hailed his performance in the film as his career best. But with the film’s success, it’s been a relief for the industry and I have also found my space as an actor, which I am really satisfied with,” he said. He is still working on the script,” Ram said. The actor added that the rural setting of the film was actually the reason why a lot of people connected with the story. Ram, who is riding high on the success of his latest outing, Rangasthalam, says he is trying to follow the footsteps of Bollywood stars. “Dangal and Bajrangi Bhaijaan both these movies have motivated a lot of actors, filmmakers and producers. The movie, directed by Sukumar, has grossed over Rs 200 crore at the box office since its release on March 30. Rangasthalam, a period drama set against a village backdrop in the 1980’s, features Ram as Chitti Babu, a partially deaf, light-hearted and jolly villager. As the next generation we should up the bar and try to follow them,” Ram said. I am so happy to be working with him again. 2018-05-08T18:27:37+05:30″>
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Ram Charan will soon start working on SS Rajamouli’s next. Earlier, we used to differentiate, but today there is a blend of critically-acclaimed and commercial hits. We get confidence when we see our idols — Aamir and Salman — do this. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd “I am really excited.