Ram Gopal Varma directorial movie Rakta Charitra (RC) is a biopic of Paritala Ravindra (factionist and politician) and Suryanarayanan Reddy aka Maddelacheruvu Suri. The film is being made in two parts and the first instalment has become a huge hit in Telugu and Hindi and in Tamil RC1 and 2 are hitting the screens simultaneously. The trailer and promos have already created a buzz among the masses in Tamil Nadu. But as RGV said earlier, the movie is not for the lily-livered. Nor is it for those who love to visit cineplexes with their families.
On the other hand, Aarya, who has given back-to-back hits like Madrasapattinam and Boss Engira Bhaskaran, is coming back with a romantic film Chikku Bukku. He has played a chocolate hero role in the flick. The movie is said to be a breezy love story, which also features Shreya Saran and Preeta Rao in the leads. The movie is a complete contrast to RC. The movie is is a complete family entertainer without any violence. It has already generated hype among youth and class audiences.
Nonetheless, the movies are completely different from each other. Along with these film, Sanikizhamai Sayangalam 5 Mani and Thaa are also hitting the screens on December 3.
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