November 11, 2017
When big names are involved in the project, the demand to acquire its rights naturally goes up. Same is the case of two big upcoming films in Tollywood.
One, Ram Charan's Rangasthalam helmed by Sukumar and another is Pawan Kalyan's PSPK25 tentatively titled Agnathavasi directed by Trivikram Srinivas. But both are from the mega bandwagon.
Fans have huge expectations from Rangasthalam 1985 in Charan-Sukumar combination. According to sources, The movie has a village backdrop that takes the audience back 30 years.
They are even shooting in villages to attract the audience and built huge rural sets for songs. Ram Charan is all set to be seen in a new avatar as a village man sporting a mustache and lungi.
Ongoing reports suggest that the satellite rights of Ram Charan's Rangasthalam 1985 has been bagged by a leading entertainment channel for Rs 18 Cr. On the other hand Pawan Kalyan's Aganavasi satellite rights was bought by another channel for Rs 21 Cr.
When you compare the prices fetched by both the movies Charan and Pawan are quite close. Does it mean Charan is soon going to be in the same league as his uncle Pawan?