Known for his films dealing with the underworld theme, Ram Gopal Verma has had a lacklustre run at the box office since last few years as his films have tanked one after the other.
Recently the film-maker kick-started the shoot of Amitabh Bachchan's 'Sarkar 3' and while everyone was still busy discussing about this film, RGV dropped a bomb on Twitter. He announced his first international film titled Nuclear at a whopping budget of Rs. 340 crores! No, we ain't kidding!
The film deals with a subject of terrorism and will explore the consequences the world will face if nuclear bomb gets into the wrong hands.
RGV wrote in a note, "I have been an avid and voracious reader of both fiction and non fiction but never in my life until now, have I come across a subject matter like NUCLEAR. Yes it's going to be much more costlier than the most expensive film ever made in India and the reason for that is because the subject matter truly demands that it is filmed on a scale never before seen."
Reportedly Nuclear will be shot in the USA, China, Russia and India and will have a cast of American, Chinese, Russian, British, Yemenis and Indian actors.