Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam, which hit the screens on March 30, has raked in the moolah at the box office and has emerged as one of Telugu film industry’s biggest hits. Directed by Sukumar, this action drama has been receiving accolades from critics and audiences alike and is continuing is dream run even after one month of its release. The film has also entered the 200 crore club recently and is all set to be dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and other Indian languages, reports say.
“There have been strong trade inquiries from all quarters and therefore the makers feel that the film should reach a wider audience,” a source close to the film was quoted as saying.
In earlier interviews too, Ram Charan had stated that the film’s unit was planning to dub the film into Hindi and other regional languages, and help it reach a wider span of the audience.
Released amidst much hype and fan frenzy, this film, by Sukumar, set the tone right since its premiers, with the result becoming obvious after positive reports emerging from different quarters. Set in a village backdrop, the film takes us back to the 80s era. While the director excels yet again in knitting a compelling plot together, actors Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu, Samantha Akkineni, among others, deliver brilliant performances. Ram Charan, the most precious asset of the film, steals the show with his terrific portrayal of Chitti Babu, the film’s protagonist. Music director Devi Sri Prasad’s tunes too proved to be a major factor in pulling the crowds to the theatres.
Given the fact the dubbed versions of a few successful Telugu movies have done well in the past, the fans hope that Rangasthalam proves to be a stepping stone for Ram Charan in the markets of other states as well.