Ravi Teja plays a slum dweller in his next
Directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina, the film is a revenge drama that delves into the father-son relationship
After portraying an intense cop in Krack, actor Ravi Teja will next be seen playing the role of a slum dweller in his upcoming film, tentatively called RT 68.
Touted to be a revenge drama, the film delves into the father-son relationship. "How this man, who lives in a slum, decides to seek revenge on corporate giants for deceiving his father is what RT 68 is all about," says a source.
Ravi Teja's role in this film is apparently inspired by Chiranjeevi's character in Gharana Mogudu. "The makers took Chiranjeevi as a reference for Ravi Teja's character and etched this down-to-earth and fun-loving role. The character offers humour laced with satire and is tailor-made to provide a taste of nostalgia to Ravi Teja’s fans," the source adds.
The film has Prakash Raj essaying Ravi Teja's father, while Sreeleela and Lovely Singh play the female leads. Directed by Trinadha Rao Nakkina, RT 68 is expected to go on floors on May 15 soon after Ravi Teja wraps up Khiladi.