Mega Power Star Ram Charan is reported of deciding not to take any remuneration for his upcoming film which is a remake of Tamil Super hit ‘Thani Oruvan.’
It might be surprising news, but what you read if true. Ram Charan, who is currently on a holiday in the US with Upasana, will land in Hyderabad by the end of November. Once he reaches Hyderabad, he will get busy with the post-production work for his next film that is Tamil remake of ‘Thanni Oruvan.’
‘Thanni Oruvan’ is a Tamil crime thriller directed by Mohan Raja and saw ‘Jayam’ Ravi and Nayanthara is the lead roles. This film became a huge hit and received positive reviews across Tamil Nadu. Now, this film was acquired by Ram Charan, who shown interest in the subject.
Since the film is more a story based and doesn’t have many commercial elements, Charan planned of making this film on a low-budget. To limit the budget, he further decided not to take any remuneration from the producer and thereby decreased the production cost. He will either get the remuneration or share only after the film gets released and bags some profits.
While his decision is an appreciated one, many say that Ram Charan has learnt a big lesson from the disaster of ‘Bruce Lee.’ ‘Bruce Lee’ was acquired by many distributors only after agreeing to pay a huge sum of money. They, who hoped that the film will fetch some profits, are all left in huge losses.
Taking this lesson as a serious one, Ram Charan decided to make this film at a low cost and sell to the distributors for a low price and gain money if the film becomes a hit.
Surender Reddy will be directing this remake. What to be noted is that Charan’s uncle, Allu Arvind will produce this film.