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Made In India: SS Rajamouli Announces 'Biopic Of Indian Cinema', Says 'Our Boys Are Ready'; VIDEO

By: Pinki Tue, 19 Sept 2023 12:18:43

Made In India: SS Rajamouli Announces 'Biopic Of Indian Cinema', Says 'Our Boys Are Ready'; VIDEO

On Tuesday, SS Rajamouli revealed his involvement in presenting the upcoming biographical film "Made In India," which is centered around Dadasaheb Phalke, often referred to as the 'Father of Indian Cinema.' The renowned "RRR" director shared that the film's script deeply touched him emotionally during the narration.

Expressing his sentiments, Rajamouli stated, "The narration had a profound emotional impact on me. Crafting a biopic is challenging in itself, but conceiving one about the 'FATHER OF INDIAN CINEMA' presents an even greater challenge. Our team is fully prepared and excited for this endeavor. With immense pride, I introduce 'MADE IN INDIA'."

Rajamouli also unveiled an announcement teaser describing the project as the "biopic of Indian cinema."

The film will be helmed by director Nitin Kakkar, known for his work in movies like "Filmistaan," "Mitron," and "Jawaani Jaaneman." Notably, this project marks the debut of Rajamouli's son, SS Karthikeya, as a film producer, having previously served as a line producer for "RRR."

Karthikeya expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "My dream of becoming a producer has been years in the making, and the moment has finally arrived with 'MADE IN INDIA.' I take this up as a challenge with the utmost responsibility."

Varun Gupta is also attached as a producer for the project.

Dadasaheb Phalke, known as the 'Father of Indian Cinema,' achieved a significant milestone by creating India's first full-length feature film, titled "Raja Harishchandra," in 1913. Born in Trimbak, Maharashtra, Phalke's real name was Dhundiraj Govind Phalke. He traveled to London to study filmmaking under Cecil Hepworth and made his directorial debut in 1913 with "Raja Harishchandra." Over his illustrious career spanning 19 years, he directed 95 movies and 27 short films.

In honor of his contributions to Indian cinema, the central government instituted the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1969, recognizing lifetime achievements in the Indian film industry.

"Made In India" represents Rajamouli's inaugural project as a presenter following the global success of his Telugu period action drama, "RRR," which earned the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Naatu Naatu" earlier this year.

Details regarding the cast and additional aspects of the film are yet to be announced by the makers.

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