Aravind's Silence Effecting Adversely on Charan Ramayanam

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Wed 27th May 2020 04:57 PM

Why Allu Aravind Silent on Ram Charan's Ramayanam?

Why Allu Aravind Silent on Ram Charan's Ramayanam?
Why Allu Aravind Silent on Ram Charan's Ramayanam?
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Did you know, all the big stars have confirmed their next two projects except Mega Power Star Ram Charan. While Megastar Chiranjeevi has Acharya and Lucifer Telugu remake in handy, Power Star Pawan Kalyan goes on rage with three back to back projects Vakeel Saab, Viroopaksha and Ippudey Modalaindi. 

Prince Mahesh Babu has lined up two crazy projects such as Parasuram and Rajamouli's projects. Stylish Star Allu Arjun is shooting for Pushpa and may collaborate Koratala Siva for his next. Young Tiger NTR targets Pan Indian market with a series of films like RRR and Prashant Neel's films. Young Rebel Star Prabhas is working for 'Radheshyam' (tentative) and will be teaming up for Nag Ashwin's project soon. 

But then, what next after RRR for Charan? Fans firmly believe in that there is a significant strategy involved in for keeping Ram Charan's next under wraps. 

"Mega Producer Allu Aravind announced Ramalayam 3D trilogy with Rs.1500 crore. Further he released the posters of Ram Charan in lord Rama's getup unofficially on net. However, he has been maintaining stoic silence on the project for a long time. This is affecting adversely on the proposed project," says an inside source adding that, "Allu Aravind actually wanted to announce Ram Charan's Ramayanam after RRR's release. But this delay caused certain adverse effects."

They further added, "Some heroes are deliberately letting their posters as lord Rama released on net. But then, they failed miserably in gaining even fans support to their get ups in Rama."

Meanwhile, mega fans want to get the solid statement on Ramayanam project from Allu Aravind at the earliest to avoid further damage, if any. If at all he sheds his plans to produce Ramayana, even that statement shall also be given by him officially," wished a fan.

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