Poonam Singh

Kiara Advani, who is riding high on success after her back to back hit films, is one of the leading stars that every filmmaker wants to work with and the actress is grabbing opportunities.

The Kabir Singh actress has her hands full with varied and diverse projects offering an insight into her versatility by experimenting with new genres. To this list, a pan-India film directed by ace director Shankar opposite Ram Charan has be added.

According to reports, Ram Charan will be starring in Shankar directorial after S Rajamouli's periodic drama 'RRR'. It is an action-packed emotional drama. The film produced by Dil Raju, which is tentatively titled RC 15, will go on the floors in the month of June.

Sources close to makers say that the makers are zeroed on Kiara Advani for the female lead of this Pan-India film.

Reportedly, director Shankar and producer Dil Raju are in advanced talks with Kiara. The Lust stories actress is also keen on collaborating for the film.

As per reports, the filmmaker is also planning to wrap up the project by December this year so that it would be ready for its release next year. However, there is buzz in the trade that Shankar and Ram Charan’s next will release in 2023, but that’s all speculation and this one is more or less confirmed for 2022 release.

After that, director Shankar will move onto his ambitious project with Ranveer Singh.

Rumour mills are rife that the 2.0 fame director is planning to rope in Kiara Advani for that film too.

Reportedly, the film is based on a original tale of the lead suffering from split personality disorder. However, there is no confirmed report on the same from the actors or Shankar himself.

So, if Kiara Advani gets on board in these two projects, it would be a treat for fans to see the pairing of Kiara Advani with Ram Charan and Ranveer Singh.

Kiara Advani will be next seen in ‘Shershaah’ with her rumoured beau Sidharth. The film is slated to release on July 2. It is based on the life of Param Vir Chakra Captain Vikram Batra, who made the supreme sacrifice for the country in the Kargil War.

(Edited By Pradeep Singh)