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RGV’s tweet on NDA Presidential candidate triggers row


Controversial filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma triggered another row with his tweet on NDA’s Presidential candidate Draupadi Murmu, angering the BJP which lodged police complaints against him.

BJP leaders Gudur Narayana Reddy and T. Nandeshwar Goud lodged a complaint against Varma at Abids police station in Hyderabad even as the filmmaker clarified his remarks.

The BJP leaders alleged that Verma made derogatory remarks against Murmu, who is the candidate of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) for the next month’s Presidential polls.

RGV, as the filmmaker is popularly known, had made the controversial tweet on June 22. It reads “If Draupadi is the President who are the Pandavas? And more importantly who are the Kauravas?”

Police said they would take necessary action on the complaint after seeking legal opinion.

BJP’s Andhra Pradesh unit chief Somu Veerraju also slammed RGV for his remarks and demanded strong action against him. He said the police should suo moto take note of RGV’s tweet and book a case against him.

The BJP leader also said that the filmmaker should be sent to jail and a psychiatrist should examine him.

Meanwhile, RGV on Friday clarified his remarks. “This was said just in an earnest irony and not intended in any other way ..Draupadi in Mahabharata is my favourite character but Since the name is such a rarity I just remembered the associated characters and hence my expression. Not at all intended to hurt sentiments of anyone,” he tweeted.

In another tweet, RGV slammed the politicians for pulling each other down. “When all politicians are so busy in back stabbing and pulling each other down , one wonders when they will have time and energy to look into people’s problems which is their primary job,” he wrote.

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‘Absolutely marvellous’: RGV lavishes praise on Kichcha Sudeepa’s ‘Vikrant Rona’


Director Ram Gopal Varma has hailed Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeepa’s upcoming film ‘Vikrant Rona’, calling it “absolutely marvellous”.

The film has been making huge waves even before its release.

Taking to social media, Ram Gopal Varma said, “Had the good fortune to see some 3 D footage of Kiccha Sudeepa’s ‘Vikrant Rona’, directed by Anup S Bhandari. And I must say it’s looking next level. ABSOLUTELY MARVELLOUS. Can’t wait to see the full film on July 28th.”

The teaser of ‘Vikrant Rona’ received a phenomenal response from all across the world, with most of the people hailing the filmmaker’s vision.

The pan-world 3D film stars Kichcha Sudeepa as the lead protagonist along with Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari and Neetha Ashok.

The film will release in five Indian languages including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi and is also expected to release in Arabic, German, Russian and Mandarin, apart from English.

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The reason why Ram Gopal Varma made ‘Dhahanam’


Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma recently produced the web series ‘Dhahanam’ and he reveals the reason behind making the show.

Ram told IANS : “So far all the crime dramas, political dramas that I have made as a filmmaker be it ‘Satya’, ‘Company’ they all are set in an urban area. One of the reasons why I found this story interesting is, it is set in a rural area, almost a remote area which is a lawless land.

“One of those places where even police fears to step in, even though criminal activities are happening there. When a story is set in a specific region, the place becomes a character itself as well as it impacts every character of the narrative. So, overall I found the story very interesting, demands a long format storytelling and web series is the best format for that.”

The show is directed by Agasthya Manju, also features Abhishek Duhan, Ashwatkanth Sharma, Naina Ganguly, Parvathy Arun, Ravi Kale among others.

Asked about why he decided to produce the show instead of directing it, Ram said, “As I mentioned that the region and culture is a crucial part of the story, I wanted a voice from there to direct the show. Now, Agasthya who is working with me for a long time also hails from that region of Andhra. I think he is the right voice for the show to direct.”

He went on adding, ” We must understand also that for a web show, the showrunner plays the most important part than just the director. For instance ‘Narcos’ has 19 directors, but the audience only knows the name of Chris Brancato, the creator of the show! That is how it works!”

As the show is also a milestone for Isha Koppikar who is making her web debut with the series, talking about casting her, Ram said, ” I think her character is the most relatable one, because she is the police investigating officer, coming from outside, entering the lawless land to resolve the criminal case. She is like the audience and the narrative unfolds through her lens to the audience. It couldn’t have been better casting.”

‘Dhahanam’ released on MX Player on April 14.

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RGV announces film with Kannada star Upendra


Director Ram Gopal Varma, who has been busy with multiple movies, has announced that he will direct Kannada star Upendra for an upcoming film ‘R’.

Taking to twitter, Varma posted a series of quotes on his upcoming movie with Upendra.

According to Varma’s tweets, the movie, which is titled ‘R’ will showcase Upendra as a gangster in Bengaluru who later moved to Mumbai to rule the underworld.

The ‘Shiva’ director also released video glimpses of ‘R’.

However, the maker has kept the other details related to this movie under the wraps for now.

Produced by A Square Productions, the movie will go on floors soon, the ‘Rakta Charitra’ director announced.

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RGV sarcastic comments on Kodali Nani


Ram Gopal Varma, who supported YSRCP party before the elections, has been passing critical comments on the YSRCP government ever since the issue of film tickets surfaced. Today he passed sarcastic comments on Kodali Nani referring to casino episode. Details as follows.

RGV posted on his Twitter handle , “I completely support and appreciate @IamKodaliNani Garu for his initiative to modernise Gudivada ..People talking against the casino are regressive and should be ignored . My question to people looking down upon Kodali Nani initiated casino is “is anyone looking down upon Goa and Las Vegas ? Kodali Nani should be admired for placing GUDIVADA on the same level as PARIS, LONDON, LAS VEGAS etc . Those who are talking against Kodali Nani initiated casino are the people who will drag advancement into pre historic dark ages. The dumbos who are accusing Kodali Nani for bringing GOA culture to GUDIVADA should realise that GUDIVADA people will go to GOA but GOA people don’t come to GUDIVADA Nani Garu should be admired for trying to modernise GUDIVADA”.

Needless to say that these comments garnered enough attention from the people and most of them detest this kind of activities from ruling party leaders.

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Ram Gopal Varma praises Allu Arjun, then deletes tweets


Ram Gopal Varma’s latest tweets on Allu Arjun, praising him for his blockbuster hit ‘Pushpa’, have caught the attention of fans.

Varma, who wrote a series of tweets praising Allu Arjun, later deleted most of them.

The ‘Shiva’ filmmaker took to his Twitter, as he targeted Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi and his family, by stating that Allu Arjun is the new ‘Megastar’. “All the other mega heroes will only be known as Allu Arjun’s relatives in the future”, Varma commented.

Some of Varma’s tweets appeared like he just wanted to tease family of Chiranjeevi and his son Ram Charan. While hailing Allu Arjun’s performance in ‘Pushpa’, the director had also tagged Allu Aravind for bringing such a talented son into the world.

These tweets had also triggered a section of ‘Mega’ fans, as he mentioned Allu Arjun as the next ‘Mega’ star, while they think intentionally ignored Ram Charan from the list of stars from the mega family.

Varma later deleted his tweets in which he called Allu Arjun the new ‘Megastar’, which is Chiranjeevi’s title in the Tollywood industry.

This is not the first time that Varma had commented on Chiranjeevi and his family members. He has passed comments on Pawan Kalyan and his political career earlier, which provoked a negative reaction.

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Ram Gopal Varma on celeb divorces: ‘Nothing murders love faster than marriage’


Stating that nothing “murders” love faster than marriage, famed director Ram Gopal Varma on Tuesday said that the secret of happiness was to keep loving as long as it remained and then move on instead of getting into “a jail called marriage”.

Taking to Twitter, RGV put out a series of tweets on love and marriage.

He said, “Star divorces are good trendsetters to warn young people about the dangers of marriages. Nothing murders love faster than marriage. The secret of happiness is to keep loving as long as it remains and then move on instead of getting into the jail called marriage.

“Love in a marriage lasts for lesser days than the days they celebrate it, which is 3 to 5 days. Smart people love and dumbos marry.

“Only divorces should be celebrated with sangeet because of getting liberated and marriages should happen quietly in process of testing each other’s danger qualities. Marriage is the most evil custom thrust upon society by our nasty ancestors in promulgating a continuous cycle of unhappiness and sadness.”

Interestingly, these observations of RGV came hours after actor Dhanush and director Aishwaryaa Dhanush announced their decision to part ways.

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RGV blasts Andhra govt as row over cinema ticket prices continues


The row over cinema theatre ticket prices in Andhra Pradesh continued unabated as the panel set up by the state government met on Tuesday but could not take a decision, while well-known filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma again hit out at the state government for taking decisions detrimental to the interests of film industry.

The committee met for the second time since it was constituted late last month to examine and rationalise the rates of admission into cinema halls in the state. The meeting was presided over by Principal Secretary (Home), Kumar Vishwajeet.

Film exhibitor Vemuri Bala Ratnam said they made suggestions on ticket prices, especially in rural areas. “We told the committee that with the reduced prices, the theatre owners can’t even pay the electricity bills,” he said.

It was brought to the committee’s notice that 200 theatres have been shut across the state due to slashing of ticket prices. They also wanted some relaxation in rules for theatres.

Committee member on behalf of cinegoers, Gampa Lakshmi, said they stressed the need for rationalisation of ticket prices. The meeting discussed suggestions relating to the provision of basic facilities in cinema halls.

The committee was constituted as per the orders of Andhra Pradesh High Court which had struck down GO 35, under which the state government had slashed cinema ticket prices.

The government said the committee will take into account all the factors relevant to the fixation of admission rates like classification of theatres such as multiplexes and single screens and the amenities required to be provided to the cinegores.

The panel comprises principal secretaries, information and public relations commissioner, law department secretary, representatives of film exhibitors, distributors and cinegoers.

Meanwhile, a day after holding talks with Minister for Cinematography, Perni Venkataramaiah (Nani), Ram Gopal Varma on Tuesday launched a scathing attack on the state government.

In a series of tweets, Varma questioned the government’s action in cutting down ticket prices.

He urged the government to leave ticket pricing, number of shows and timings of shows to the film industry and just concentrate both its energy and resources on enforcing safety regulations and collection of its due taxes.

He wondered if the government is putting a restriction on the sale price of any other privately manufactured product apart from films.

“How can a Rs 500 crore film like ‘RRR’ and a film costing just Rs 1 crore be forced to sell tickets at the same price,” he asked, referring to the government’s contention that the ticket prices should be uniform for all the films, irrespective of the banner or the stars.

Some sections of the film industry feel that the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) government led by Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy is targeting his political opponents who are also the biggest stars oof Tollywood, such as Pawan Kalyan and Balakrishna.

RGV, as the Varma is popularly known, pointed out that Maharashtra is allowing Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ tickets to sell at Rs 2,200 but his home state Andhra Pradesh is not even allowing it to sell them for Rs 200.

“In another state, tickets being sold for even Rs 2,200 and in AP state if even Rs 200 isn’t allowed, isn’t it in direct violation of Article 14 which prohibits discrimination,” RGV asked.

After the meeting with RGV, the state minister had said that the government is empowered to fix the prices of movie tickets as per the Cinematograph Act, 1956.

The filmmaker said that the way the Act was suddenly dug out and implemented by the government after 70 years is unacceptable. He called for challenging the Act in court.

RGV also wondered why should the government have a problem with how much a producer is paying to a star, unless it has prior knowledge of some criminal intimidation or extortion by the film star trying to extract money from the producer.

“With regard to why Pawan Kalyan or any other star should be paid so much, if we break an i-phone and calculate the actual cost of the material used, it might not even be Rs 1,000 but it’s sold for almost Rs 2 lakh because of the idea, the brand and market demand,” he tweeted.

The filmmaker stated that what the government is not supposed to do directly, it is doing indirectly by applying an excessive exercise of authority by compelling tickets to be sold at lower rates.

He warned that forced lowering of ticket prices may lead to collapse of the theatre exhibition system or “the entire system will start running in black which will be bad both for the film industry and the government”.

Cinema owners in the state have been at loggerheads with the government ever since the latter fixed the new rates under a government order issued in April 2021. They say the slashed prices have made their business unviable.

The recent crackdown on theatres by the authorities for allegedly not adhering to certain norms has only made the matters worse for them. This has resulted in the closure of several theatres during the last few weeks.

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RGV’s tight slap for Kodali Nani


Veteran filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has been taking a dig against the government of Andhra Pradesh after the government slashed down the ticket prices. RGV participated in live debates and questioned the government. He also took his twitter handle to question the AP government about the same. AP Cinematography Minister Perni Nani took his twitter to respond to some of the posts of RGV. In one of his recent posts, RGV posted saying that he doesn’t know Kodali Nani and the only Nani he knows is Natural Star Nani.

“I have raised several questions against the AP government and I heard that some Kodali Nani gave a counter for the same. Some of them wanted me to counter Nani and the only Nani I know is Natural Star Nani. I am not sure who Kodali Nani is” posted RGV. Earlier to this, AP leaders and ministers staged attacks on Natural Star Nani for raising his voice against AP government. Some of them told that they never knew Actor Nani. RGV’s reply is a perfect reply and counter for the AP leaders who criticized Nani.

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Ram Gopal Varma: I’m still interested in telling a unique story


While Indian cinema and its lovers are thankful to Ram Gopal Varma for discovering some fine talents like Manoj Bajpayee, Urmila Matondkar, Kay Kay Menon and films like ‘Shool’, ‘Rangeela’, ‘Satya’, ‘Sarkar’, and ‘Rakta Charitra’ among many others – it is the same audience that wonders why the fire is missing in RGV in the last couple of years as several of his Bollywood films failed.

The National Award-winning filmmaker, who is gearing up for his next release titled ‘Dangerous’, in conversation with IANS shares his thoughts.

Varma told IANS: “Look, I am the same filmmaker who is interested in telling a story that intrigues me at that point of time to make a film out of it. Why should I invest my energy and involve so many people in the project to tell a story thinking it will not be appreciated by the audience. But the fact is, their reaction is not in my hand, but my next story is. So basically I am the same filmmaker who is telling a unique story, and quite unfazed by the success or failure or any kind of reaction coming from the audience.”

Though it is visible that RGV has majorly gained popularity with a series of films – ‘Satya’, ‘Company’, ‘D’ – that has shown the underworld of Mumbai in a never seen before manner, and family politics on-screen with the trilogy of ‘Sarkar’ featuring the iconic Amitabh Bachchan; he also made unique stories of love with very strong representation of women.

‘Rangeela’, one of his most commercially successful films was a story of a love triangle. ‘Naach’, another such film featuring Antara Mali and Abhishek Bachchan – was a love story between an aspiring dancer and an actor. The film ‘Nishabd’ featured late Jiah Khan and Amitabh Bachchan was another story of love.

However, he says he never takes any lesson from the success or failure of his last released film.

“How can I learn anything from the last result because every story is different and I never did, I never will go by formula. I did see the success of ‘Rangeela’ but the next film I made was ‘Satya’. How could I learn anything from a film like ‘Rangeela’ and apply that to ‘Satya’ because the world of these two stories are so different, isn’t it?” explained Varma.

His upcoming film ‘Dangerous’ featuring Naina Ganguly and Apsara Rani – claims to be India’s ‘first lesbian love story’.

Considering the fact that several films on lesbian relationships have been made before, including ‘Fire’ featuring Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das, he was asked about his claim to be the ‘first’ and Varma said, “It is a different approach to the lesbian relationship.”

He went on adding, ” You see, all this while, films on the lesbian relationships are made, addressing the issue of LGBTQ+ . But post decriminalisation of article 377, no film has been made on a pure lesbian love story. In my story, this could have been a heterosexual love story too, where who individual falls in love and face a situation and how they get out of it. Instead of making the love story between a boy and a girl, we are making the story between two girls. I am looking at these same-sex stories as normal as opposite-sex love stories. My film does not talk about the LGBTQ+ issue but a simple love story of two girls.”

The title track of the film ‘Khatra’ is to be released on Friday.

Produced by RGV World, the film also features Rajpal Yadav and is set to release in November but the date is yet to be announced.

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MAA elections: Manchu Manoj responds to Ram Gopal Varma’s barb


Ram Gopal Varma is no stranger to controversies, but on Tuesday, he waded into one that has wracked Tollywood’s influential trade body, Movie Artists Association (MAA) following its just-concluded elections.

Referring to the election, RGV tweeted, “Cine’MAA’ is a CIRCUS full of JOKERS.” Actor Manchu Manoj, son of veteran Telugu star Mohan Babu, and brother of the newly-elected MAA President, Manchu Vishnu, responded at once by taking a swipe at the director.

“And you are the Ring Master, sir,” Manoj tweeted back. RGV ignored Manoj’s response and instead struck a philosophical note in a rather lengthy tweet, which said: “Intellectuals are bigger fools than fools because they do not realise that the world is full of fools who cannot understand intelligence and that’s the reason why fools become more successful than intellectuals.”

On the work front, Ram Gopal Varma recently announced his upcoming movie titled “Konda” based on the lives of the flamboyant political couple from Warangal, Konda Murali and Surekha. Talking about the film, RGV said it would portray how extraordinary circumstances moulded extraordinary people such as Konda Murali.

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RGV offers whisky to Goddess


Controversial director Ram Gopal Varma hasn’t tasted success in the recent years but the veteran director has been in business. Instead of picking up the right scripts, Ram Gopal Varma preferred controversies and stood in the news. He faced the heat from the public but RGV was never bothered. He took his twitter to target celebrities and post satirical posts on celebrities. Ram Gopal Varma offered whisky to goddess Maisamma in Warangal today during the launch of his upcoming movie Konda. Without stopping there, he posted the pictures on his official social media page. The controversial director was trolled and criticized for his acts.

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HC show-cause notice to RGV


The Telangana High Court on Tuesday issued a show-cause notice to maverick director Ramgopal Varma over his upcoming movie Disha Encounter.

The movie is loosely based on the gangrape and murder of a Hyderabad veterinarian in 2019 and the alleged encounter of the four accused in the case.

The family members of the four accused moved the High Court seeking a ban on the movie.

The case came up for hearing on Tuesday. The advocate, representing the family of four killed in the encounter, argued that RGV was projecting the family members as the accused. The advocate further contended that the family members are under severe emotional turmoil after the four accused were encountered. The advocate presented before the court that the family is facing hostility in their village, and the movie will cause irreparable damage to the family members.

The lawyer sought a stay on the release of the movie. Hearing the arguments, the court postponed the matter to the next two weeks.

The family members of Disha had also moved the High Court seeking that the release of the film is restrained and sought a ban on the film, which is scheduled to be released on November 26.

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RGV, now to make his own biopic in 3 parts.

Ram Gopal Varma, the maverick director, now planning to make his own biopic, after the controversial films like Laxmi’s NTR and power star. Details as below.

In a series of tweets, Ram Gopal Varma announced about the upcoming movie (s) on his life. He tweeted, “BOMMAKU CREATIONS production house is all set to produce a 3 part biopic film on my life ..it will be very very controversial .The film is being produced by BOMMAKU MURALI,WRITTEN and SUPERVISED by ME and directed by debutant DORASAI TEJA ..shoot starts in September . Each part of the 3 parts of my biopic will be around 2 hours in length with all 3 parts together being around 6 hours. Each part of my biopic will be about my various age periods and various phases of my life. In PART 1 a new actor is playing me when i was 20 years old
A different actor will be playing in PART 2 and I will be playing Myself in part 3 “.

He also went on to briefly describe what each part of these movies will offer. He tweeted, ‘ PART 1 is “RAMU”
Apart from my college days,firsr loves and gang fights in Vijaywada ,It will be about how i cunningly manipulated and made SHIVA . PART 2 is “RAM GOPAL VARMA”. It will be about my life in Mumbai with Girls,Gangsters and Amitabh Bachchan. PART 3 is “RGV”—The Intelligent idiot . It will be about my failures and my radical thoughts on God, Sex and Society.

As RGV mentioned, he will be not only providing script for these movies, but will also be supervising the direction. However, we need to see whether people will be really interested to watch biopic on RGV, that too in 3 parts, given the fact that there have been number of TV interviews, debates, and even movies already done on the same subject.

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RGV’s movie on Pranay ‘ Murder ‘ gets a blow


In a setback to controversy’s favorite child Ram Gopal Varma, the Special Sessions Court in Nalgonda gave interim directions to the director to stop releasing the film ‘Murder’ which is based on the real life incidents of the sensational murder of Pranay.

The petitioner, Amrutha, wife of the late Pranay, has sought a ban on the film’s release. Hearing the petition, the Special Sessions Court of Nalgonda has directed RGV to stop the release of the movie.

Murder is based on the real life story of Pranay and Amrutha, residents of Miryalaguda in 2018, who entered into an intercaste marriage. Pranay was brutally hacked to death by a professional killer who was allegedly hired by Amrutha’s father, Maruthi Rao.

In the petition, Amrutha argued that RGV was making the movie without her or Pranay’s family’s consent. Further, she had contended that RGV was releasing the movie at a time when she was coming to terms with life. She had appealed to the court to ban the movie as it will impact the semblance of order that she had found with great difficulty.

Amrutha had approached the Nalgonda court. Subsequently, the court transferred the case to the Special Sessions Court, Nalgonda which had also issued summons to director Ram Gopal Varma to appear before them in person or through his lawyer in relation to the case involving his movie Murder.

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Ram Gopal Varma targets Uday Kiran’s biopic


It is raining films from the camp of Ram Gopal Varma from the past few weeks. He has been working without breaks even during the coronavirus pandemic season. His next film Powerstar will release tomorrow and Ram Gopal Varma has two more films ready for release. The latest news we hear is that Ram Gopal Varma is now focused on the biopic of young actor Uday Kiran who abruptly ended up his life due to depression.

Mega family turned out to be a soft target for Ram Gopal Varma from many days. He is in plans to narrate Uday Kiran’s biopic from the controversial view in which Mega family will be presented in a bad light. Uday Kiran lost offers because of the pressure mounted by Mega family says a section of producers from Telugu cinema. RGV is in plans to highlight this in Uday Kiran’s biopic. He is currently in the hunt for the right actor who can surprise as Uday Kiran on screen.

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Exclusive: RGV changes the climax of Powerstar


Ram Gopal Varma is making huge noise with Powerstar, a satirical take on Pawan Kalyan. RGV wanted the Mega family to take a dig but it did not happen. He received threats from a couple of young producers from Mega camp but he continued with the work. A series of incidents and announcement of films on Ram Gopal Varma left him irritated from the past three days. He is said to have changed the climax of Powerstar.

Telugu360 exclusively heard that the film would end up on a tragic note. Like RGV’s films, Powerstar did not have a proper climax and it was incomplete when the film was completed. RGV now changed the climax episodes and the lead character will end up in depression. The changes are already done and the final copy of Powerstar is ready. The film releases tomorrow at 11 AM on his digital platform RGV World. RGV says that the advances sales are satisfactory but Mega fans call it fake. The common audience are not much interested in this satirical drama.

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Ram Gopal Varma’s Hyderabad office attacked


Controversial director Ram Gopal Varma is in news for his film Powerstar which is a satire on Pawan Kalyan. Though the entire Mega family stood calm, some of the Mega fans made noise across social media and trolled Ram Gopal Varma. A series of satirical films on Ram Gopal Varma have been announced. Janasena supporters along with OU students staged an attack on Ram Gopal Varma’s Hyderabad office today. RGV was unavailable when the attack took place. The cops rushed to the spot and arrested Janasena supporters. More details on the incident awaited.

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RGV announces the release date of Powerstar


Sensational director Ram Gopal Varma is all set to take on Pawan Kalyan with his next film Powerstar. As rumored, the controversial director announced that the audience will have to pay Rs 25 to view the trailer of Powerstar. The film will release on July 25th at 11 AM. The audience will have to spend Rs 150 plus GST to watch the film which will release on RGV World. The trailer of Powerstar will release on July 22nd at 11 AM.

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RGV’s full-length revenge drama on Balakrishna


Controversial director Ram Gopal Varma has been picking up controversial points and is making them into feature films. He took a dig on Pawan Kalyan through Powerstar which will release soon. The film is a satire on Pawan Kalyan’s personal and political life. Ram Gopal Varma is in plans for a full-length revenge drama on Nandamuri Balakrishna soon. RGV wanted to direct the biopic of NTR but the film landed into the hands of Krish. RGV directed Lakshmi’s NTR which was a satire on NTR’s family.

Without stopping there, RGV is in plans to come with a new film titled ‘Aa Rathri Em Jarigindi’ (What happened that night). The film is said to discuss about the shootout incident that took place in Balakrishna’s residence years ago. Balakrishna walked out free from the incident after Bellamkonda Suresh and Satyanarayana Chowdary suffered bullet injuries. There are a lot of rumors about the incident. RGV is all set to present the incident and will narrate the incidents that took place after the shootout. RGV is expected to use the controversies of Balakrishna to the fullest through the film.

Balakrishna landed into controversies for slapping his fans several times in public places. He even got trolled because of his Sanskrit slokas. Ram Gopal Varma is expected to use all these to the fullest in the film. The film will start rolling soon.

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