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Ram Gopal Varma shares motion poster of his three-part biopic

August 27th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has shared first motion poster of his biopic, which he plans to release in three parts. RGV tweeted the motion poster and wrote, “Here is the first look motion poster of my biopic “RAMU” #RgvBiopic #BommakuCreations https://youtu.be/jHDwed3uB_4.”

Sharing a series of Twitter conversations, RGV also revealed, “Part 1 will have violence and innocence ..Part 2 will have love and gangsters and Part 3 will have sex and controversies.”

Filmmaker Vasan Bala responded, “Had really wanted RGV to play Jimmy/Mani’s dad in the Song Montage in Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota. Wanted to ‘capture’ RGV in a Karategi smashing flaming bricks! We had an hour long chat on Bruce Lee, his fights and of course it ended with a polite No.”

Announcing the biopic, RGV tweeted on Tuesday, “BOMMAKU CREATIONS production house is all set to produce a 3 part biopic film on my life ..it will be very very controversial The film is being produced by BOMMAKU MURALI,WRITTEN and SUPERVISED by ME and directed by debutant DORASAI TEJA ..shoot starts in September Each part of the 3 parts of my biopic will be around 2 hours in length with all 3 parts together being around 6 hours #RgvBiopic.”

“Each part of my biopic will be about my various age periods and various phases of my life #RgvBiopic. In PART 1 a new actor is playing me when i was 20 years old. A different actor will be playing in PART 2 and I will be playing Myself in part 3. PART 1 is “RAMU” Apart from my college days,firsr loves and gang fights in Vijaywada ,It will be about how i cunningly manipulated and made SHIVA. PART 2 is “RAM GOPAL VARMA” It will be about my life in Mumbai with Girls,Gangsters and Amitabh Bachchan #RgvBiopic. PART 3 is “RGV” —The Intelligent idiot It will be about my failures and my radical thoughts on God, Sex and Society.”

RGV made his directorial debut in 1989 with the Telugu film Siva, which was remade in Hindi the following year with the same name. RGV has directed a number of critically and commercially successful films, including Rangeela, Satya, Shool, Company and Sarkar.

Photo courtesy: www.facebook.com/RGV/

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