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Why RAKTA CHARITRA is a movie in two parts?

August 27, 2010 06:56:56 PM IST
Bollywood Trade News Network
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RGV's RAKTA CHARITRA set to release in October this year is a movie made in two parts with a gap of approximately a month between their releases. It's the first time in Indian history that a movie is made simultaneously in two parts and will be released in three different languages; Tamil, Telugu & Hindi.

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This movie is a biopic based on the life of Paritala Ravi. RGV was so fascinated by the story which has all the elements like pride, ego and politics that he realised that it was a story that couldn't be said in just two and a half hours. He then decided to make it a movie in two parts where in the first part majorly focuses on the Rise of Paritala Ravi and the second part where Suri causes the fall of Ravi.

When asked why such a long story, he says that the sheer span and scale of this movie is so long that he could not have done justice to the story had he made it in one part.


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