Photo: Allu Ayaan, son of Allu Arjun, poses like Ram Charan’s character Chitti Babu in Rangasthalam

Reprising that look, Allu Ayaan, son of stylish star Allu Arjun, posed today for a picture which was posted by Allu Sneha on social networking page

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Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam is gearing up for a release next week, March 30th, 2018 worldwide and will be one of the biggest releases in Telugu in the upcoming season. Directed by Sukumar, Ram Charan will be seen playing a character named Chitti Babu who is hearing impaired. Ram Charan’s look in the film is something that has caught the attention of Telugu audience and fans of the Mega Power star are loving it. Sporting a full beard, Ram Charan sports a rustic look in Rangasthalam and will be seen mostly in vintage clothing. And reprising that look, Allu Ayaan, son of stylish star Allu Arjun, posed today for a picture which was posted by Allu Sneha on social networking page and the star kid is seen posing like Chitti Babu, Ram Charan’s character in Rangasthalam. Fans of the mega family are loving the photo and are all praise for the little star kid. Internet is loving this picture of Allu Ayaan in which he has posed very similar to Ram Charan’s role in Rangasthalam.

Rangasthalam also features Samantha Akkineni as the leading lady and will be pairing up with actor Ram Charan for the first time in Rangasthalam 1985 which is being directed by Sukumar. What has created huge excitement around the film is Ram Charan’s character in the film. It was being said that Ram Charan would be playing deaf and mute character in the film. However, the teaser, released recently cleared all the air around his role and showed us that he would be playing a visually impaired character in Rangasthalam. The music of the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad while it is bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers. Rangasthalam is gearing up to hit the screens on March 30th, 2018 worldwide. Rangasthalam also stars Aadhi Pinisetty in an important role in the film.

    Anonymous

    They also live and die for caste.

    Anonymous

    Not only Nepotism, there is also casetism.

    Anonymous

    The Telugu film industry is the mother of nepotism..,they simply don’t let any new comers in!

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