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Upendra's Brahma, Not A Historical Movie: Chandru

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The speculations around the Real Star Upendra starrer Brahma - The Leader have been cleared by director R Chandru. The first look of the movie, which had Uppi in the warrior attire, was prompting speculations that the film might be a historical movie. But the director R Chandru has cleared that Brahma is not a historical movie, but it is a modern day family entertainer.

Speaking to a leading daily, Chandru said, "Our film is a modern-day family entertainer, with the right amount of romance, action and sentiment included. There is, however, a 10-minute story arc that is set in the 16th century, which sees Upendra play a warrior."

Brahma - The Leader, which is the first combination of Upendra and director R Chandru is in the final schedule of the shooting, which is taking place in Nelamangala, near Bangalore. It is reported that the movie is getting ready with the budget of Rs 3 crores, and the crew have separately spent Rs 1 crore for a particular shot.

The trilingual movie, which is simultaneously made in Kannada, Telugu and Tamil, also features Pranitha, Sonu Sood, Nasar, Ananth Nag, Ranghayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, Bullet Prakash, Suchendra Prasad, Sumitra and others in the important roles.
Click on slides to see the photos of Upendra in warrior attire...

Upendra To Be Seen In Two Shades

Upendra will be seen in two shades in the movie - common man and warrior in 16th century. It is said that there is a link between these two characters in the story.

War Scene To Be Created Graphically

Chandru said, "We created a story board for the sequence, along with stunt master Thriller Manju, and then shot the scenes in front of green screens. But not everything is going to be created graphically."

200 Junior Artists To Play The Role Of Soldiers

"We used 200-odd artists to play soldiers, who will be digitally multiplied to show thousands on-screen," Chandru added.

Chandru Wanted Everything To Look Authentic

Chandru also said, "We wanted the costumes to look authentic, so we got them all made - right from the clothes, to the war props, including the armour, swords and shields."

75 Horses Were Gathered Across Karnataka

Chandru has gathered 75 horses across Karnataka, which took him a month to organise all the horses. In the same time, Uppi was also taking horse riding lessons from the experts.

War Sequence Will Make The Movie Luxurious

Chandru also added that the 16th century war sequence will give the movie a luxurious look, which will also suits Tamil and Telugu audience.

Brahma To Release In January 2014

Uppi's much anticipated Brahma - The Leader is slated to release in January 2014.

Topics: upendra, Brahma, Pranitha, r chandru
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