Re-releasing the old films of stars is the new trend that has gripped Tollywood. Fans of the heroes get the opportunity to revisit the moments concerning the films. Not just the star heroes, films of senior heroes are also getting a second release. Nandamuri Balakrishna’s faction thriller Chenna Kesava Reddy was released last year as it completed two decades of its release.
Now it’s the turn of Mega Power Star Ram Charan Tej who is banking on his newfound Pan-India craze to have a re-release. As per the reports, Ram Charan’s Orange might be released. March 27 marks the birthday of Ram Charan and Orange might be released on that date.
Usually, the hit films of the stars are re-released. Contrary to that, Orange might get a chance this time. Orange is dubbed as one of the big flops in Ram Charan’s career. So we have to see if the love story can impress fans and audiences this time.
A few years after its release, Orange was called an underrated film. Fans say that people could not see Ram Charan in a love story after the super success of Magadheera. Rajamouli’s jinx of scoring a flop after his film is also a reason as per the fans.
This time Orange is having a second release for a cause. The collections of the film would be given to Janasena Party FundDrive. Whatever amount is collected with the re-release of Orange will be donated to Pawan Kalyan’s political party.
Earlier it was reported that SS Rajamouli’s directorial Magadheera would be re-released on Ram Charan’s birthday. Somehow it was changed and Orange came into the picture.
Orange is a romantic drama directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar. Ram Charan’s uncle Naga Babu bankrolled the film. Genelia D’Souza, and Shazahn Padamsee played the leading ladies in the film. Orange was released in 2010 and it was Ram Charan’s third film.
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