NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Ram Charan’s Bruce Lee is all set to hit the screens on the 16th of October 2015. Ram Charan lives up to his mark by being the youngest actor with the largest number of back to back hits. His movies fit amongst the top ten grossers of the Telugu film industry.
Bruce Lee has opened to a remarkable response in theatre bookings – with respect to overseas it has crossed the likes of Bahubali. It is the first south Indian movie releasing in Alaska, 30 plus screens in Texas (this is just the Telugu version).
Before the release itself we can declare the movie a hit as the producers have already made a table profit. Now it’s just the love of the viewers that’s awaited for the movie to break records. Bruce lee will be the first Telugu film to be released in 41 single screen theatres in Bangalore City. The Chennai market has been very loving towards Ram Charan- the Tamil audio is on top of the charts and the pre booking response has been overwhelming. Releasing in over 140 theatres in Chennai itself, the films pre response seems to be very high.
The team pulled off a 60 day back to back shoot schedule to finish the film on time. This will also be the first time that his father EX tourism minister Mega Star Chiranjeevi will be appearing on the big screen with him.
We look forward to an extremely positive season for the viewers and distributors.
Ram Charan, the rising star of Tollywood, is the son of actor Chiranjeevi known for their excellent performances in Tollywood. He is finally all set to make his Bollywood debut with the yester year blockbuster movie “Zanjeer”. Stepping into shoes of Amitabh Bachan, Ramcharan vows to take this role as his stepping zone and flourish in the B Town as high with no ending limits. The young angry young man is going to play the lead opposite Priyanka Chopra and will be seen on screen along with Arjun Rampal, Mahie Gill and Prakash Raj.
Ram Charan launched his film career with Chirutha, which was directed by Purijagannadhh. His second film, S.S. Rajamouli’s Magadheera, 2009, emerged as a critical but commercial success, becoming the highest-grossing Telugu film till date. It ran successfully for 600 days in Kurnool theatre becoming an all time industry record. The movie also rewarded Ramcharan with Best Actor award at the 56th Idea Filmfare (South) in 2009.