It is a well-known fact that this millennium’s kids are quite unaware of the rural life, because of their urban upbringing. Undoubtedly, it is difficult for the people who live in metropolitan cities to get adjusted in villages and it is the hardest thing to portray the role of a rural couple on silver screen.
But Ram Charan and Samantha, who have that metropolitan kind of brought up, proved the equation wrong with their perfect portrayal of Chitti Babu and Rama Lakshmi, say the film’s crew. In Sukumar’s upcoming movie Rangasthalam, both these stars are playing characters based in a village, though they have never been to a village in their real life.
Samantha shared that Rama Lakshmi is one of the challenging characters that she acted on the silver screen. “As I was born and bought up in metro cities, I didn’t know anything about villages. While doing Rangasthalam, Rama Lakshmi character woke up the village girl in me and undoubtedly it is one of the best experience to wear that character over my sleeve”.
Even Ram Charan is quite excited about his role Chitti Babu and Sukumar stated that Charan completely lived in that character. Though Chiranjeevi doubted if Charan could pull off this role as his son has never been to a village, Sukumar shared that Charan improvised each passing day. “He easily got adapted to the village life and especially the Godavari slang by interacting with local people every day. He also practised attitude and lungi wearing style in a similar manner” the director added.
After watching the trailer, it is not an exaggeration to say that the Hyderabad boy Ram Charan and Chennai girl Samantha did justice to their ‘Godavari’ roles thereby challenging this generation’s urbane actors. On March 30th we’ll know what they have done inside the film completely.