RC 15: Ram Charan’s movie to debut on his birthday, starring Shankar and Kiara Advani

The first-look picture and title of RC 15 will be revealed on March 27, which also happens to be Ram Charan’s birthday, according to Dil Raju, who spoke with Great Andhra.

For his upcoming movie “RC 15,” Ram Charan has paired up with the great filmmaker S Shankar. Kiara Advani plays the lead in the film as well. Although further information regarding the movie is still a mystery, it appears that the filmmakers want to announce a significant update about RC 15 on Ram Charan’s birthday.

The first-look picture and title of RC 15 will be revealed on March 27, which also happens to be Ram Charan’s birthday, according to Dil Raju, who spoke with Great Andhra.

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On March 27, Ram Charan, who is now in the US for RRR’s Oscar campaign, will be 38. The Telugu movie is a nominee for the 95th Academy Awards, which will be held on Sunday, for Best Original Song. This endeavour will be Shankar’s entry into the Telugu cinema industry. Kiara Advani is rumoured to be portraying Ram Charan’s co-star, an IAS official with anger issues.

The film also stars Anjali, S. J. Suryah, and Jayaram in addition to Ram Charan and Kiara Advani. S. Thaman created the movie’s music, and Tirru and R. Rathnavelu shot the scenes. Karthik Subbaraj is the author of the narrative in the meantime.

Recently, the group recorded a song in Visakhapatnam. They filmed it at a prestigious institution, and images and videos from the production have appeared on social media.

Ram Charan may be seen coming from a helicopter in a now-deleted video that was posted to social media. The scene appears to be from the song the filmmakers were recording. Ram may be seen sporting white formal pants, a turquoise blue shirt, and a tie.
Reliable sources claim that a 10 crore period set was recently constructed to film some significant flashback scenes for the movie. The movie, which is directed by Dil Raju and has music by SS Thaman, will be released simultaneously in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.