Following the footsteps of his father Megastar Chiranjeevi, the first Tollywood actor to take share of Nizam area as his remuneration, Ram Charan has also decided to take a share in profits for his new film.
Latest reports suggest that Ram Charan is taking no remuneration and instead has asked for a share in profits for his current project tentatively titled Dhruva. This Telugu remake of “Thani Oruvan” is being produced by Allu Aravind. Ram Charan decided to take a share in profits to lessen the budget of the film especially after his last film ‘Bruce Lee’ flopped.
Directed by Surender Reddy, Dhruva’s next schedule will commence in Kashmir. Ram Charan is essaying a cop in the action thriller also starring Rakul Preet Singh as his love interest. Arvind Swamy will be seen as antagonist with Nassar and Posani playing important roles.