The filmmaker has just made a grand announcement.
RGV’s first international film to be made at a whopping Rs340 crore: Posters
07 Nov 2016 15:25 IST
Ram Gopal Varma is known for being unpredictable on Twitter. His tweets regularly take people by surprise. But what he shared today on the micro-blogging site might well be one of his biggest surprises ever.
The filmmaker has announced his upcoming project titled Nuclear by sharing a couple of posters from the film. He revealed that it’s an international project that will be made at an unthinkable budget of Rs340 crore.
As per the information on the posters, the film will revolve around a nuclear bomb that is smuggled into Mumbai. After Pakistan and America enter the picture, it eventually gives rise to World War III.
Although the cast of the film is currently under wraps, RGV has revealed that it will star actors from India, America, China and Russia. He further revealed that the shoot of the film will take place in India, America, China, Russia and Yemen.
Nuclear is the first movie under the banner of CMA Global Production. The firm has tied up with Varma for as many as 15 films. The filmmaker will start work on this project after wrapping up Sarkar 3.
This is by far the most expensive Indian film ever, surpassing SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali, which is reportedly made at Rs120 crore.