The collaboration between Ram Charan and director S Shankar, tentatively titled ‘RC15,’ has been making waves on social media for quite some time. The official title of the movie, which is anticipated to be disclosed on March 27, is anxiously awaited by fans. There is another component of this movie, aside from the yet-to-be-released title, that has recently made it the talk of the town.
Will Ajith Kumar Play A Role Of A Villian?
Actor Ajith Kumar may be chosen to play the antagonist in this movie, according to sources. He reportedly agreed to play the part after being persuaded by S Shankar. Although these rumours have not been officially confirmed, if they are accurate, fans would like seeing Ajith in a negative role once more.
Ajith Kumar has excelled at various protagonist roles in recent years. Ajith, a pillar of Tamil film, hasn't shied away from portraying characters with grey undertones. He has won praise for playing antagonists in the movies ‘Vaali,’ ‘Amarkalam,’ and other works as well. Ajith's willingness to choose roles with dark undertones even after reaching the pinnacle of his career was praised by critics and movie enthusiasts.
It would be a joy for the viewers to watch Ajith and Ram Charan spar on the big screen if the rumours that he will play the villain in ‘RC15’ are accurate. With their performing skills, both stars have solidified their positions in the entertainment sector. Whichever of the two manages to become the audience favourite in RC15 will be a visual joy.
In addition to this news, ‘RC15’ has also managed to take over headlines due to rumours that its actual title has changed. Until recently, the consensus was that the title of this movie would be Sarkarodu. According to rumours, it appears that producers are currently considering the name of a different position, namely CEO. Producers believe that since ‘RC15’ would be a pan-Indian picture and the title CEO has the potential to appeal to audiences worldwide. A few other books were being considered, but it seems like producers are leaning more towards CEOs.