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Filming of Ram Charan's Game Changer resumes in Hyderabad- Cinema express

Filming of Ram Charan's Game Changer resumes in Hyderabad

The film's September schedule was postponed due to the artists' unavailability

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Published: 10th October 2023

Earlier, we had reported that the filming schedule of Game Changer, an upcoming film starring Ram Charan, which was supposed to take place in September, had been postponed to the second week of October.  On Tuesday, the film's helmer Shankar, through his social media handles, announced that the film's shooting has been resumed in Hyderabad since Monday. 

The film's September schedule was postponed due to the artists' unavailability.   

Billed to be a political thriller, Game Changer also stars Kiara Advani, who previously collaborated with Ram Charan in the 2019 film Vinaya Vidheya Rama. The film also features  Anjali, Jayaram, SJ Suryah, and Sunil, among others.

With music by S Thaman and cinematography by Tirru and Rathnavelu, Game Changer, backed by Dil Raju, also marks the fiftieth production venture of Shri Venkateshwara Creations.

The release date of the film is yet to be announced. The film is expected to be released in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. The film has a story written by Karthik Subbaraj and Avinash Kolla as the production designer.

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