Actor Ram Charan spoke candidly concerning the movie RRR and mentioned how the well-known opening scene took 35 days to shoot. He mentioned that he needed to work in mud for that a lot time though he’s allergic and has had a sinus surgical procedure prior to now.
The actor attended the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2022 with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. When requested concerning the opening scene he mentioned that Akshay normally completes a film’s filming in 40 days and that solely the opening scene of RRR required that period of time. “Certain movies will finish in that much time, Akshay sir finished a movie in 40 days or so I heard,” Ram Charan mentioned.
Ram Charan additional added, “We shot the scene for 35 days with nearly 3000 to 4000 people. I have had a dust allergy since childhood, in fact, I had even undergone a sinus surgery. Look at my fate, I had to work in dust for 35 days.”
Akshay’s movie Prithviraj which tanked on the box-office was shot in 42 days. Opening up about the identical, Akshay had mentioned, “We finished the film in 42 days. Come on time and leave on time, then film completes on time. It was because of pandemic that the film got delayed, otherwise, the film would have released long back.” After revealing his taking pictures schedule, Akshay was even trolled and his “professional commitment” was questioned. However, Akshay has defended his skilled commitments again and again.
Talking about movies not performing properly on the box-office after the pandemic, Ram Charan mentioned, “We all have to rethink and restructure from the film making level too. We all have to pitch in this big game. Good films, good stories will drive people to the theatres. We have all become one unit. There is no south or north. It’s Indian Cinema now. It’s high time our cinemas went beyond our states. I am glad it is reaching everyone now. I want to work with directors in Gujarat, Bengal.”
On the concluding observe, Ram Charan mentioned, “The love we receive from our fans is really overwhelming. As actors, not just entertaining people, we even have a huge responsibility on our shoulders. Stardom is a responsibility.”