Ram Charan, who graced the presser of his sister Sushmita’s maiden production venture, Shoot-out at Alair, in Hyderabad on Tuesday, described her as a fighter. “It was tough to work with her, a stylist, on Rangasthalam. She was a stylist on dad’s 150th film as well which I produced. With outsiders, you can scream at them and make them work but with family members, you can’t. Dad would reprimand me (while working on the sets of Khaidi No 150) every time I yelled at her. But she has always been my biggest support, especially in the making Khaidi No 150,” Charan said about his sister.
Charan also expressed his happiness on Shoot-out at Alair director Anand Ranga staging his comeback with her sister’s production venture. “I remember listening to Oye songs for months en route to the gym. It was a beautiful film. I missed his movies but I’m glad to see his comeback with my sister and brother-in-law’s maiden production. The series looks fantastic and real,” he noted. Sushmita said that her dad always asked her to look for opportunities rather than waiting for them and Shoot-out at Alair was one such opportunity which she got due to ZEE5.
“Anand has been amazing with his craft and the project was made memorable because of him and his team. The most exciting part of the series was the presence of two big stars Prakash Raj and Srikanth. They were like a family. We could handover the project in time to ZEE due to our supercharged team led by executive producer Saranya and manager Prasad,” she said.
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