Ananthu | Published On: Sep, 19, 2023 | 01:07 PM
In a significant announcement that has sent ripples through the Indian film industry, renowned filmmaker SS Rajamouli is all set to produce a biographical epic titled “Made In India,” chronicling the life and legacy of the “Father of Indian Cinema.” The announcement, made by Rajamouli himself, comes with a teaser that promises to emotionally move audiences like never before.
Directed by Nitin Kakkar, known for his work on films such as “Filmistaan,” “Mitron,” and “Jawaani Jaaneman,” “Made In India” is poised to become the definitive biopic of Indian cinema. The project is a collaboration between Rajamouli’s son, S.S. Karthikeya, and producer Varun Gupta.
The cast of this ambitious venture is yet to be unveiled, leaving fans eagerly awaiting the revelation of who will portray the iconic figure responsible for shaping the Indian film industry.
Rajamouli expressed his excitement for the project, stating, “When I first heard the narration, it moved me emotionally like nothing else. Making a biopic is tough in itself, but conceiving one about the Father of Indian Cinema is even more challenging. Our boys are ready and up for it…:) With immense pride, Presenting MADE IN INDIA…”
The teaser, running at 46 seconds, declares, “Indian cinema has witnessed many biopics. This is the biopic of Indian cinema. SS Rajamouli presents to you, Made in India.”
S.S. Karthikeya, who is taking on the role of producer, shared his enthusiasm on social media, saying, “It’s been years since I wanted to fulfill my dream of becoming a producer. The moment has come. MADE IN INDIA… With utmost responsibility, taking this up as a challenge. Cheers to my producing partner, @VarunG0707, and the director @nitinrkakkar.”
“Made In India” is already generating immense anticipation among cinephiles, and as the project unfolds, it promises to be a cinematic masterpiece that celebrates the roots and evolution of Indian cinema. Stay tuned for further updates on this epic journey into the history of Indian films.