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Ram Charan's Mega Blockbuster Rangasthalam all set to dub into Kannada

by Xappie Desk | March 05, 2019 13:59 IST
Ram Charan's Mega Blockbuster Rangasthalam all set to dub into Kannada

Mega Powerstar Ramcharan 's Rangasthalam directed by Genius film-maker Sukumar released last year and became a mega blockbuster in its full run. It had a terrific run at the box office and collected 224 crores gross, 120+ share worldwide. Initially, makers announced at success meet of Rangasthalam that the movie will be dubbed into all south Indian languages. Looks like after almost one year Rangasthalam all set to dub into the Kannada language titled as Rangasthala. Dubbing work is almost completed, maybe in the last week of March movie will hit the screens as per the sources. This will be released in Karnataka by Mythri Movie Makers through Jack Manju of J Movies.
 
Rangasthalam starring Ram Charan, Samantha Akkineni in the lead roles received mind-boggling reception for their acts. Also, the supporting cast Aadi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu, Mahesh, Naresh VK, Anasuya supported the movie amazingly. Devi Sri Prasad composed some exceptional tunes and background music. Rathnavelu's top-notch cinematography was the biggest asset for the movie. This movie funded by Mythri Movie Makers.
 
As we all know Ramcharan's fan following in Karnataka is unmatchable. He has a terrific fan base in the mass circuits. The way Kannadiga's worship him and celebrate is unbelievable. The videos at the theatres during Charan's movie release are pretty evident. Especially in the areas Hospete we can see many combo fans of Ramcharan and Yash. We can also witness many Charan-Puneeth combo fans in mass circuits. Ramcharan in a media interaction also said that Puneeth and Yash are his favorite Karnataka stars. The look of Yash from KGF is very much similar to Charan's beard look from Rangasthalam. We can see many comments on social media expressing the same.
 
Hope this movie becomes a stupendous success in Kannada too and Ramcharan reaches more heights in his career.


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