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Rakta charitra review,Ram Gopal Verma ,rakta charitra release date on 22 nd oct 2010

Film actors : Vivek Oberoi, Surya & Priya Mani
Music : Bapi-Tuttul, Imran-Vikram, Dharam-Sandeep
Producer : Madhu Mantena, Sheetal Vinod Talwar
Director : Ram Gopal Verma
Year : 2010

 » | Source: http://www.telugupedia.com
Rakht Charitra is a two-part Indian biographical film based on the life of Paritala Ravindra, produced and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film, which has been shot simultaneously in three languages – Hindi, Telugu as Rakta Charitra and Tamil as Ratha Charitram, and the two parts will release three weeks apart whilst the Tamil version will only have one part. The film features Vivek Oberoi in the role reprising Ravindra, and Suriya as Suri, whose part appears predominantly in the second part. The film also features Shatrughan Sinha, Priyamani, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Radhika Apte playing other roles.

The first part of the instalment released on October 22, 2010.

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>>>>>>>> The creative director cum producer Ram Gopal Varma is eagerly waiting for the release of his forthcoming film ‘Rakta Charitra’ starring Surya in the lead which is going to hit the big screens very shortly.

On speaking about his upcoming film, RGV says “As an absolutely true depiction of a real story that shook the conscience of many people in Andhra Pradesh. It will be a two part film. The first part of the film will be released in a few weeks. The second part of the film will be released after a gap of two to three months.”

RGV in his blog has stated “‘Rakta Charitra’ is not an absolute true story, but an absolute depiction of a true story. I am saying these things mainly because I was not personally present at the time the events took place. Most of the people who participated in the events or who witnessed it have died and the remaining few who are still alive have spoken extensively about the incidents. I cannot say they were telling me absolute truth. It is impossible to find absolute truth of the incidents which happened a long time ago. But I have taken the versions of the people who were alleged to have been involved in killings, relatives of the victims, the investigative officers from the police department and the politicians who were in the background supporting these leaders and who were also partly responsible for the events. From these interactions, I have come to my own conclusions about the absolute truths objectively without any personal bias.”

He adds further “However hard I try, my film will only have a hazy reflection of an absolute truth.”

Souce from :http://telugu-film-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/rakta-charitra-highly-fictitious.html

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