SS Rajamouli is again with a brand new story and this time he can be the drive behind the biopic of Indian cinema, titled Made In India. It’s mentioned to be based mostly on ‘the father of Indian cinema’ Dadasaheb Phalke. The movie will probably be directed by Nationwide Award-winning filmmaker Nitin Kakkar and will probably be launched in six languages – Marathi, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. Additionally learn: SS Rajamouli felt Aamir Khan was overacting in Laal Singh Chaddha: Mansoor Khan
Sharing the announcement video, SS Rajamouli wrote on X (previously Twitter) on Tuesday, “When I first heard the narration, it moved me emotionally like nothing else. Making a biopic is tough in itself, but conceiving one about the FATHER OF INDIAN CINEMA is even more challenging. Our boys are ready and up for it..:) With immense pride, Presenting MADE IN INDIA…” The movie will probably be produced by VarunGupta of MaxStudios and SS Karthikeya of Displaying Enterprise.
Reacting to the announcement, some additionally requested SS Rajamouli about his different movie Mahabharat. “We want Mahabharat also,” mentioned an X consumer on the social media platform. “Mahabharat when?” requested one other. Some additionally requested if its truly the biopic of Dadasaheb Phalke, generally known as the ‘Father of Indian cinema’. Some additionally advised that the identify of the movie may be ‘Made In Bharat’ as a substitute.
SS Rajamouli’s RRR wins extra awards
This weekend, SS Rajamouli received the Greatest Director award (Telugu) at SIIMA 2023 for RRR. The movie not too long ago additionally received the Nationwide Movie Award for Greatest In style Movie Offering Healthful Leisure. It received 5 extra Nationwide Movie Awards in classes like Greatest Music Path for MM Keeravani, Greatest Male Playback Singer for Kalabhairava, Greatest Particular Results, Greatest Motion Director and Greatest Choreography Award.
SS Rajamouli on Mahabharat
SS Rajamouli has additionally spoken about his dream challenge on Mahabharat through the years. He not too long ago revealed that if he makes it, he’ll make it in 10 components to do full justice to it. He mentioned, “If I get to the point of making Mahabharat, it would take me a year just to read the versions of Mahabharat that are available in the country. At present, I can only assume that it would be a 10-part film.”
“Every film I make, I feel that I’m learning something to ultimately make Mahabharat. So that’s my dream and every step is towards that,” he added.