HYDERABAD: Ram Charan, a Tollywood star who rose to fame in India thanks to S.S. Rajamouli's multi-starrer "RRR," will return with yet another pan-Indian production.
Buchi Babu Sana, who made his directing debut with the popular hit "Uppena," will direct the film, which has not yet been given a title.
According to unit sources, the young director has prepared a potent script with broad appeal to make it a pan-Indian entertainment. The film will be produced on a large scale with a large budget under the umbrellas of Vriddhi Cinemas and Sukumar Writings, which is the firm owned by "Pushpa" director Sukumar. It will be distributed by the top production company Mythri Movie Makers.
Ram Charan has worked on 16 films since making his debut with Puri Jagannadh's "Chiruta" in 2007. Currently, he is working on his 15th Shankar-directed film. The son of Tollywood megastar Chiranjeevi is Ram Charan.
The remaining cast and crew members' identities are still being finalised by the film's producers.
The other cast and crew members' information will shortly be released by the producers. Ram Charan posted the joyful information on social media, saying, "I'm pumped about this! I'm eager to collaborate with @BuchiBabuSana and the entire crew."