RRR star Ram Charan will next appear in a biopic of a legendary Indian wrestler. The latest buzz says that the Southern superstar will play the legendary character of Indian wrestler Kodi Rammurthy Naidu who is known for stopping a railway engine with his hands and also bearing an elephant on his chest. The Indian bodybuilder was known as a strong man and was a recipient of several awards including the title of Indian Hercules given to him by King George V.
He was also popularly called the Kaliyuga Bheema, Indian Sandow, and Malla Marthanda. Rammurthy Naidu was an expert in Vayu Stambhana and Jala Stambhana which is a type of air resistance and water resistance technique respectively. The renowned wrestler was also the part of Indian independence movement and donated a large amount of his fortune earned through the circus to charity.
The role of Rammurthy Naidu will require Ram Charan to do very hard work so that he can match the physique and strength of the legend and match his overall hefty appearance. RRR and many previous movies of the Southern superstar have proved that he can portray even the toughest characters with ease.
అది కోడి కొడ కాదు కోదండ రామిరెడ్డి ఫాదర్ ఆఫ్ కోదండ రామ్ చరణ్...— South Digital Media (@SDM_official1) April 25, 2023
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While his career has soared after the massive global success of RRR, his personal life is also on a new high as his wife Upasanna Konidela is expecting their first child together. The couple earlier had a baby shower event in Dubai. And another one recently took place in Hyderabad and the pictures of the same have now gone viral.
Apart from Ram Charan’s parents, the baby shower was also attended by close friends like Allu Arjun , Sania Mirza, Kanika Kapoor, and Pinky Reddy. Ram Charan will be next seen in Game Changer scheduled to release on Sankranthi next year.