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“MADE IN INDIA” Biopic by SS Rajamouli to Celebrate Dadasaheb Phalke, Father of Indian Cinema


Mumbai – In a major announcement that has set the Indian film industry abuzz, the acclaimed director of the Oscar-winning film “RRR,” SS Rajamouli, has unveiled plans for an upcoming biopic that will pay homage to none other than the Father of Indian Cinema himself, Dadasaheb Phalke.

Taking to his Instagram account, Rajamouli shared a captivating announcement video, where he expressed the profound impact of the project on him. He revealed the immense emotional resonance of the narrative and the unique challenges of portraying the cinematic pioneer. Rajamouli declared, “Making a biopic is tough in itself, but conceiving one about the FATHER OF INDIAN CINEMA is even more challenging. Our boys are ready and up for it. With immense pride, Presenting MADE IN INDIA.”

The directorial helm of this monumental endeavor will be assumed by National Award-winning Director Nitin Kakkar. The film, titled “MADE IN INDIA,” is poised to be a stirring tribute to the birth and meteoric ascent of Indian cinema.

“MADE IN INDIA” promises to be an epic journey, one that will meticulously unravel the enthralling story of Indian cinema’s inception and its subsequent rise to prominence. With a compelling narrative and visually stunning storytelling, this ambitious project is sure to captivate audiences nationwide.

Behind the scenes, the film is being brought to life by the collaboration of Varun Gupta and SS Karthikeya, operating under the production banners of Max Studios and Showing Business. While further details about this eagerly anticipated cinematic venture are still awaited, Nitin Kakkar, known for his directorial prowess in films such as ‘Mitron,’ ‘Notebook,’ ‘Jawaani Jaaneman,’ and ‘Ram Singh Charlie,’ has undoubtedly set the stage for a grand cinematic spectacle.

Stay tuned for more updates on this extraordinary biopic, which promises to pay a fitting tribute to the luminary who laid the foundation for Indian cinema, Dadasaheb Phalke.


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