Ram Gopal Varma has made a name for himself by making movies based on real-life characters and incident. Interestingly, a debutant director named Ratna Chary is making a film based on the life of this filmmaker. The biopic, which has been titled Nenu Nene Ramune, would showcase his positive and negative side. RGV has issued a no-objection letter for the film, but reportedly refused to watch it.
Sai Venkat, son of politician Srisailam Yadav, will be seen playing director Ram Gopal Varma in Nenu Nene Ramune, which touches upon his alleged closeness to actresses Urmila, Nisha Kothari and Sridevi. The movie is said to have reference to the names of Nagarjuna, who gave RGV a big break, and his old friend Lagadapati Raja-Gopal among others.
Ratna Chary has already met Ram Gopal Varma thrice and briefed him about the story of Nenu Nene Ramune. He has also made him aware of showcasing his positive and negative sides in it. The director says, "He (RGV) was sportive enough." But he slammed the reports that RGV refused to watch the film. He says that he was busy with his work. His uncle Subbarajugaru watched it and suggested a few corrections that he incorporated.
The director, who has pinned lot of hopes on Nenu Nene Ramune, adds, "It will stand out since RGV is a brand and has his own following. It's a kind of tribute to his glorious two-decade-old career."