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RC 15: First schedule of Shankar-Ram Charan film wrapped up  

Ram Charan meanwhile has RRR and Acharya gearing up for release

Published: 04th November 2021
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The first leg of shoot of Ram Charan's upcoming film with director Shankar has been wrapped up. Tentatively titled RC 15, the film is billed as an action-packed entertainer.

The film reportedly follows the story of an honest IAS officer who turns against a corrupt Chief Minister and eventually becomes a powerful political leader of the State. Buzz is that Ram Charan will be seen in a dual role in the film and one of them will showcase him as an IAS officer.

Bollywood actor Kiara Advani is the female lead in the film. Jayaram, Anjali, Srikanth, Sunil, and Naveen Chandra will be seen in supporting roles.

Music of the film is by SS Thaman. Cinematography is by Tirru and action scenes are choreographed by Anbariv.

Bankrolled by Dil Raju, RC 15 will release in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi in 2022.

Ram Charan meanwhile has two films gearing up for release. His next to hit screens will be the SS Rajamouli directorial RRR, co-starring Jr NTR. The film is scheduled for release on January 7, 2022.

Ram Charan will also be seen sharing screen space with his father Chiranjeevi in Acharya, which is slated for release on February 4, 2022.

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