SS Rajamouli praises his hero Ram Charan for ‘Rangasthalam’

Director of Baahubali, SS Rajamouli took to micro blogging website and shared his choir of praises for Ram Charan starrer blockbuster ‘Rangasthalam’ which he absolutely enjoyed. The thing Rajamouli liked the most is Sukumar’s characterization of Chitti Babu and how effortless Ram was in the role. Ram’s performance is being praised anyways despite of the fact that it is a very routine film and stories like this has been put up on the silver screen of Telugu cinema a million times before. Ram was effortless in the character and perhaps because he has played that character many times before.

Rajamouli has worked with Ram on once the biggest blockbuster in Telugu cinema by the name of ‘Magadheera’. Story of reincarnation, Magadheera broke all records and made Ram the star that he is though the stardom has been lifted to many upper levels with Rangasthalam. It might break the record of Magadheera and become Ram’s career biggest hit. Magadheera was almost a decade ago and ticket prices were not as high than as they are now when the box office rang heavy for ‘Rangasthalam’. Ram will be doing his upcoming film ‘RRR’ with Rajamouli also starring NTR jr.

Post the unparalleled success of Baahubali, Rajamouli has finally locked onto his next project which will release in 2019 and comes out by the name of ‘RRR’. Rajamouli is literally the biggest director in India right now and trade can’t wait for him to rain them with gold again though Rajamouli is taking his sweet time. Shooting of ‘RRR’ has not started yet and an official release date is yet to be announced. It will be a big budget adventure like the ones Rajamouli is known for and his appraisal for Ram in Rangasthalam is coming from a place of earnestness and honesty. Rangasthalam is running handsomely in theaters all over the country.

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Shubham Dwivedi

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