Film industry is the only corruption-free industry in the world: Ram Charan

At the event, Ram Charan spoke his mind and heart out like never before. Ram Charan was all praises for Allu Arjun.

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Film industry is the only corruption-free industry in the world: Ram Charan

Mega Powerstar Ram Charan attended the pre-release event of Allu Arjun’s upcoming film Naa Peru Surya held in Hyderabad. Of course, it was one of the much-awaited events of the season. At the event, Ram Charan spoke his mind and heart out like never before. Ram Charan was all praises for Allu Arjun. He spoke about Bunny’s hard work and dedication he had since childhood.

Charan also recalled an incident, when his debut film Chirutha was about to release. “When my dad was doubtful about my performance, he enquired Bunny whether I had done right justice for the film. Actually Bunny comforted him saying some good words about me,” revealed Ram Charan.

Charan also made an interesting statement that this cinema industry is the only corruption-free industry in the world. Adding that the actors work from dawn to dusk, bear injuries and spend minimal time with family. The mega star also appealed media to lend their positive support to the industry.

Talking about his uncle Allu Aravind, Charan at the event said, “Whenever Mama talks, he makes controversial remarks. But, I can understand his pain.”

To the uninitiated, in his speech, Allu Aravind had mentioned a conspiracy hatching behind their family and a threat in the form of spreading negative talk on NPS.

The mega star concluded the event by wishing Naa Peru Surya a good luck and also went on to say that the film will become a huge hit and Vakkantham Vamsi will enter top directors list.

Naa Peru Surya is touted to be an action-drama and features Allu Arjun in the role of a soldier. The film will see Anu Emmanuel romancing Allu Arjun in the movie. The film also has Arjun Sarja, Sarath Kumar and Thakur Anup Singh in pivotal roles. NPS was expected to release on April 27 but has been postponed to May 4.

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