Tag - Ram Gopal Varma

First look of ‘Killing Veerappan’

Ram Gopal Varma is making a comeback with a multilingual film titled ’Killing Veerappan’. The film is based on the life of arguably the most dreaded criminal in south India, Veerappan. Actor Sandeep Bharadwaj was chosen to play Veerappan in the film.

Killing Veerappan: RGV casts Shivrajkumar in multi-lingual film

Ram Gopal Varma, who hasn’t directed a Hindi film in 2 years, is in the process of directing a film titled ‘Killing Veerappan’. The film is not about the dreaded smuggler, but is based on the man who killed him. “I’ve always been fascinated by the story of Veerappan, and have been waiting to make a film on his life. Finally, I’ve got the perfect script that’ll do justice to his story”

Satya 2 Trailer – Ram Gopal Varma

With his latest release ‘The Attacks Of 26/11’, Ram Gopal Varma also released the official trailer of his next film – the sequel of one of his best film’s Satya (1998). The film, titled Satya 2, was initially supposed to be co-produced by John Abraham, but later, the actor had a fall-out with the maverick filmmaker and the two mutually decided to part ways. 

Ram Gopal Varma on The Attacks of 26/11 – Interview

Ram Gopal Varma on The Attacks of 26/11 to release on 1st March 2013. Ram Gopal Varma has made his most ambitious film till date – The Attacks of 26/11 produced by Alumbra Entertainment and Eros International. The filmmaker is gung ho about the way his most emotional movie

The Attacks of 26/11 – Why now? RGV explains

I am launching the first look of my film ‘The attacks of 26/11’ at Nehru auditorium tomorrow the 23rd at 6 pm… apart from the media we are also inviting the policemen who were involved with those attacks and also survivors of the victims. In this context and inspite of it not being relevant to the film by itself, I just wanted to clarify my position on the controversy surrounding the highly criticized visit of mine to the Taj after the attacks of 26/11…

The Attacks of 26/11: Policemen to watch RGV film

Ram Gopal Varma, the director of ‘The Attacks on 26/11’, is inviting Mumbai policemen and a few survivors from the terrorist attack to watch a 15 minute sequence from the film this Friday. “We are showing a 15-minute sequence of the opening which will clearly establish the purpose and the intent why a film on this subject was made. Also, a trailer (of the film)

Bhoot Returns Review

Ram Gopal Varma’s last successful film as director was Sarkar, more than half-a-decade ago in 2005. Since then...