*First Look* Trailer Release - RAKTA CHARITRA (2010) Hindi-Telugu Movie - A Ram Gopal Verma film

RAKTA CHARITRA Movie Poster Tamil Telugu HindiMay 09, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) The first theatrical promo-preview trailer of Ram Gopal Verma's upcoming 5-hour 2-part epic Telugu - Tamil - Hindi movie Rakta Charitra has been released.

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Rakta Charitra (2010) will be released  simultaneously in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu in later part of 2010. Rakta Charitra is directed by the famous Indian film-maker Ram Gopal Verma, a native Telugu speaker himself, and stars Subrat Dutt (Subrata Dutta), Surya, Vivek Oberoi, Shatrughan Sinha (Hindi), Mohan Babu (Telugu), Radhika Apte and more.

Bollywood hero Vivek Oberoi (Prince It's Showtime, 2010) plays the role of Paritala Ravindra in Rakta Charitra. The famous murder of Paritala Ravindra (1958-2005) rocked South Indian politics for a long time. Ravindra started his political career as a Communist and Naxalite, and was a Cabinet Minister in the Andhra Pradesh state government when he was ruthlessly murdered by his political rivals.

The assasination of Ravindra exposed the criminal-political nexus in Andhra Pradesh as well as raised severe questions about the criminal justice system. One of the convicted killers of Ravindra, Maddelacheruvu Suri, has been known to continue in leadership role from inside jail via cell phone, and was released before completing his life sentence in January 2010.

As the entire film is said to last for about 5 hours, the film will be divided into two parts, which will be releasing two weeks apart.

All the versions star Vivek Oberoi in the lead role as Paritala Ravi. Tamil actor Surya Sivakumar enacts the role of Maddalcheruvu Suri in both versions, hence making his Bollywood debut, whilst Shatrughan Sinha and Mohan Babu are playing the role of N. T. Rama Rao role in Hindi and Telugu, respectively.

Watch the new Rakta Charitra movie Tamil trailer promo-preview release online, free via You Tube.

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