G20 Summit: Ram Charan Expresses Nostalgic Bond with Jammu & Kashmir

Ram Charan expressed his affection and interest in Kashmir during his participation at the G20 Summit held in Srinagar.

Ram Charan, star of the RRR, arrived in Srinagar today in order to participate in the third G20 Working Group conference, which will begin on Monday. Ram Charan participated in an interesting conversation on film tourism in a diverse and rich democracy like India during the three-day summit taking place in Jammu and Kashmir's capital. Ram Charan professed his admiration for Jammu and Kashmir during the conversation.

Ram’s Statement 

In one of the videos shared by news agency ANI, Ram Charan can be heard saying, "I’ve been coming to Kashmir because my dad is in the same industry, working as an actor for 45 years, so I am the second generation. I have been coming here since 1986? That was the first time when I was in Kashmir. My dad has shot extensively in Sonmarg and these beautiful places. I used to come as a child. When I was invited by my dad to Kashmir, I used to feel like I had achieved something during the summer holidays. It was like an achievement."

He added, "You won’t believe it but I have shot in this beautiful auditorium in 2016 for a movie called Dhruva. I played a recruit in a police academy. I sat in that chair and this place has something magical, it draws me, it draws the attention of people and no matter what we hear about Kashmir, this is such a surreal feeling to come to Kashmir. It’s been 95 years. It’ll take another 95 years to explore Kashmir."


Ram Charan was photographed outside the airports in Srinagar and Hyderabad earlier in the day. The actor opted for a straightforward black shirt, beige trousers, black shoes, and sunglasses. In the video, Ram Charan could be seen being welcomed with a shawl, travelling in a convoy to the event, and bowing respectfully to the dignitaries.

On the business front

Ram is getting ready for the release of his eagerly anticipated new movie, RC15. The working title of the movie was previously made public as CEO: Chief Election Officer. The title of the movie will now be Game Changer. The project's name will be the same across all Indian languages.

A few on-set photos that were leaked reveal that RC 15 will deal with elections, corruption, and the protagonist's battle against social injustice. Additionally, RC15 is the first time Tollywood director Ram Charan has worked with director S. Shankar. The movie's star cast also features SJ Suryah, Jayaram, Anjali, Sunilm, and Srikanth, in addition to Ram and Kiara.