Ram Charan, who was shaken by Bruce Lee's debacle, is reportedly taking additional care for his next offering, which is a remake of Tamil super hit Thani Oruvan. The film revolves around a cop and the challenges of his job and director Surrender Reddy will helm the project.
According to the latest development, the film will feature Shruti Haasan as the female lead and Aravind Swamy, who played the antagonist in the original will reprise his role in the Telugu version too. While Shruti Haasan and Ram Charan already made a striking pair in the film Yevadu earlier, Aravind Swamy's casting surely caught the attention, as it marks the veteran actor's comeback to Telugu screens.
Also, Hiphop Tamizha, who scored the tunes for the original, will as well compose for the Telugu version. The project is being bankrolled by Charan's dearest uncle Allu Aravind and another close associate of Mega family N V Prasad, while Aseem Mishra, who worked for Hindi blockbuster, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, will handle the camera.
Apparently, the film will go on sets in the second week of February and the makers are contemplating to finish the shoot in 80-90 working days and release the film in summer trail. Meanwhile, the script work is going on at a brisk pace and Ram Charan is keeping himself busy by juggling between the pre-production works of his film and his dance practice for IIFA Utsavam.
As we reported earlier, Mega Powerstar Ram Charan will be perforimg at IIFA Utsavam, which is going to happen during 4th, 5th and 6th December. Well! Stay glued to this space as we ought to give you more updates on the further happenings.