Trains scenes and heroism are very closely related in Indian movie, especially Tollywood. Be it Bala Krishna’s ‘Narasimha Naidu’ or Rajinikanth’s ‘Robo’, train action sequels won cinephiles’ hearts. Taking note, South-Indian top director Shankar is reportedly planning for a sensation train fight sequence in their maiden project.
Reports have it that the team is planning to spend a whopping Rs 10 crores on this action sequence alone. The action sequence which is likely to have hundreds of fighters along with Ram Charan will be shot in a train set. The fight will also have VFX scenes which have the work of international filmmakers.
The movie touted to be a political thriller is currently being developed under the working title of SVC 50, and is likely to be released in October 2022.