Exclusive Interview: Ram Gopal Verma Says He Would Possible Make a Film on Sushant Singh Rajput Demise Case
Director Ram Gopal Varma is living a low profile life these days due to the COVID situation however he’s working on several projects while staying safe at home. Regardless of whether it is a high-octane martial arts film or a criminal offense show in accordance with genuine events, RGV has been preserving busy charting out his successive large projects. Albeit the release of his newest film ‘D-Company’ used to be delayed, the director talked about his upcoming projects, social media trolls, and the potential for some crime drama in accordance with the proceeding with Sushant Singh Rajput demise case.
While talking in an interview the director said, “I have adapted to the Covid-19 situation well, and everything is fine,” RGV tells us as we attach over the telephone to speak about his rendezvous with the underworld. Explaining his perceived absence from Bollywood, he stocks, “In 2017, I released ‘Sarkar 3’. During the years 2018 and 2019, I was making a couple of Telugu films along with a huge martial arts film, which is an Indo-Chinese production, called ‘Enter The Girl Dragon’. By the time we got that started and had a couple of days of shoot left, the Covid-19 lockdown happened. But, I was able to finish that film and it will be released shortly. Apart from ‘D-Company’, in the next one month, I have another martial arts film and I am working on another one called ‘Demons’ that will also release in the next few months. So, I have been active, it’s just that I have not been releasing any of them because of the Covid situation”.
Discussing about Bollywood, RGV stood out as truly newsworthy when he went contrary to normal assessment and tweeted for actress Rhea Chakraborty, while she conquered the push push surrounding the demise of actor-boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput. Sharing his thoughts concerning the far and wide online media storms he works up alongside his tweets, he says, “As far as social media is concerned, I don’t know what happened to the Sushant Singh Rajput case, I think people have forgotten. I don’t know what happened to Rhea Chakraborty too. I think social media has become a circus. They make a lot of noise and then forget.”