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Bruce Lee Telugu Movie

Bruce Lee - The Fighter (also being referred to as Bruce Lee) is a 2015 Telugu action film directed by Srinu Vaitla, starring Ram Charan and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead roles which is produced by DVV Danayya under the banner DVV Entertainments. Kona Venkat and Gopimohan co-wrote the film's script and dialogues while Vaitla himself penned the screenplay. S. Thaman composed the film's soundtrack. Manoj Paramahamsa took charge of the film's cinematography.Bruce Lee Telugu Movie

Production commenced on 5 March 2015 at Hyderabad and Principal photography began on 16 March 2015. The film was released on 16 October 2015.


    1 Cast
    2 Production
        2.1 Development
        2.2 Casting
        2.3 Characters and appearance
        2.4 Crew
        2.5 Filming
    3 Soundtrack
    4 Release
        4.1 Marketing
    5 Notes
    6 References
    7 External links


    Ram Charan as Bruce Lee / Karthik
    Rakul Preet Singh as Riya
    Kriti Kharbanda as Kavya
    Chiranjeevi as Mega Star in a cameo appearance
    Nagendra Babu in a cameo appearance
    Brahmanandam as Susuki Subramanyam alias Peter alias Pakodi
    Arun Vijay as Deepak Raj
    Sampath Raj as Jayaraj
    Nadhiya as Vasundhara
    Saptagiri as Bruce Lee's Friend
    Ali as PK
    Jaya Prakash Reddy as Dangerous David and Police Officer (Dual Role)
    Tisca Chopra as Malini (Jayaraj's 2nd Wife)
    Sayaji Shinde as Marthand
    Brahmaji as Bramhaji
    Mukesh Rishi as IB Chief
    Ravi Prakash as Ravi (Bruce Lee's Stepbrother)
    Posani Krishna Murali
    Rao Ramesh as Rama Chandra Rao ( Bruce Lee's Father)
    Amitash Pradhan as Rahul
    Ajaz Khan (cameo appearance)


Srinu Vaitla narrated a storyline to Ram Charan in late March 2014 and post the latter's approval, Vaitla planned to start work on the film's script after completing Aagadu (2014).[2] DVV Danayya, who produced Ram Charan's Naayak (2013), announced in late July 2014 that he would produce this film under the banner Universal Media and the pre-production works would begin soon. The production was expected to start in November 2014.[3] The film was shelved post the release of Aagadu and was revived in late October 2014.[4] After returning from a holiday in Kerala, Charan gave his nod in early December 2014 and Vaitla was busy giving final touches to the script which was said to be a fast paced action comedy.[5]

Charan informed the media that the film's production would commence in February 2015.[6] My Name is Raju, a phrase picked up from the popular song of Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari (1990) starring Chiranjeevi and Sridevi, was considered as the film's title.[7][8] The makers announced that the film would be a family drama and would be bankrolled by Danayya under his new banner DVV Entertainments.[9] The film was launched officially on 5 March 2015 at Danayya's office in Hyderabad.[10] The film was said to be inspired from the basic plot of the Telugu film Vijetha (1985).[11] The makers contemplated to title the film as Bruce Lee in mid May 2015 considering the protagonist's character being a stuntman acting as a body double for actors,[12] which was confirmed in late August 2015.[13]
Samantha Ruth Prabhu (left) was initially considered for one of the female lead roles, but Rakul Preet Singh (right) ended up being engaged for the same.

Post the release of 1: Nenokkadine (2014) and before the release of Lingaa (2014), its female leads Kriti Sanon and Sonakshi Sinha were rumored to sign this film as the female leads.[14][15][16] Shruti Haasan was approached in late July 2014 to play the female lead.[17] Her inclusion was almost confirmed, considering her previous collaboration with Charan in Yevadu (2014).[18] Both DVV Danayya and Ram Charan reportedly insisted Vaitla to cast Prakash Raj in a crucial role with whom Vaitla had differences in the past.[19] A source from the film's unit told IANS on 1 January 2015 that Samantha Ruth Prabhu was finalised as one of the female leads and the second female lead was yet to be decided.[20]

Vaitla was reported to abstain from casting Brahmanandam in this film making it his fourth film not featuring Brahmanandam after Nee Kosam (1999), Sontham (2002) and Anandamanandamaye (2004).[21] Gopimohan later confirmed Brahmanandam's inclusion in the film adding that the character written for him would be one of the highlights of the film.[22] Vaitla reportedly wanted to re-shoot Brahmanandam's scenes with N. Santhanam for the Tamil dubbed version similar to the act of S. S. Rajamouli for the casting of Eega (2012) as Chiranjeevi suggested to replace Brahmanandam with Santhanam.[23]

Samantha was replaced by Rakul Preet Singh at the same time. While the lack of dates to accommodate was cited as one reason,[24] budgetary reasons were cited as the other reason.[25] Vaitla considered Ramya Krishnan, Tulasi and Jeevitha from Telugu cinema and also searched for yesteryear heroines in Tamil and Kannada cinema for the role of Charan's mother which was very crucial for the film's story.[26] Kriti Kharbanda made a comeback to Telugu cinema with this film after the makers narrated her character sketch and the film's story.[27] The second female lead was yet to be finalised.[28] Nadhiya and Kashmira Shah were confirmed as a part of the film's cast in early June 2015.[29] Impressed by his performance in Velaiyilla Pattathari (2014), the makers cast Amitash Pradhan to play a supporting role marking his Telugu debut.[30] Similarly, Arun Vijay was chosen to play the film's antagonist after the makers were impressed with his performance in Yennai Arindhaal.[31] Brahmaji???'??s inclusion in the film's cast was confirmed in late June 2015.[32] Rao Ramesh confirmed his inclusion in the film's cast in early August 2015 before leaving for Bangkok for the film's shoot.[33] Days later, Prudhviraj confirmed his inclusion in the film's cast.[34] On 20 August 2015, Vaitla confirmed that Chiranjeevi would make a cameo appearance in the film.[35] He added that Chiranjeevi would appear for fifteen minutes in the film.[36] Tisca Chopra was signed to play a supporting role marking her debut in Telugu cinema.[37]
Characters and appearance
While Ram Charan (left) plays the role of an action choreographer, Kriti Kharbandha (right) would play his sister, a courageous girl-next-door.

Charan hired Priyanka Chopra's trainer Samir Jaura in mid July 2014 to get into shape for this film by following an intensive training program designed by Jaura lasting for four-five months along with a strict diet. Jaura reached Hyderabad and accompanied Charan to the film sets where he worked out before or after the shoot of Govindudu Andarivadele (2014).[38][39] Vaitla said in an interview that he wanted to put Charan's comic skills to the fore with this film, adding that the film would have a "good blend of humour and punch dialogues".[40]

He was later confirmed to be seen as an action choreographer sporting a rugged look for which he had to shed weight by following a tough fitness regimen for four hours a day at his farmhouse in Bangalore.[41] For further training, he left to Bangkok in mid April 2015 where he trained with Jaika stunt team.[42] Action choreographer Kecha Khamphakdee supervised his training which consisted mainly of mixed martial arts.[43] Videos showing Charan's kick boxing training sessions were released by Jaika Stunt team on 23 April 2015.[44] He also began learning Karate for his role since mid May 2015.[45] For the role, he sported a tattoo of Bruce Lee on his hand.[36]

Kriti Kharbanda was signed in on to play Charan's sister in the film.[27] Danayya said that her character would be an important one in the film.[28] She said in an interview that she would play a courageous girl-next-door and added that she was asked by Vaitla to be herself and extremely talkative.[46] Vaitla envisioned a middle aged woman running a manufacturing firm as Charan's mother in the film.[26] Amitash Pradhan was signed to play a businessman. While Nadhiya plays his mother, Kriti would play his love interest. He added that his role would be a positive one, unlike his character in Velaiyilla Pattathari.[47] Brahmaji would play the role of a lead actor sporting different attires throughout the film to whom Charan would be seen as a body double sporting the same attires.[48] Arun Vijay called his character a powerful one and would sport a stylish look.[49] Rao Ramesh played the role of Charan's father in the film.[33] During the promotions of Kick 2 (2015), Rakul Preet Singh said that she would play the role of a graphic designer in this film.[50] Chopra was signed to play the role of a "strong woman, a very wealthy and stylish one at that".[37]
Anirudh Ravichander was signed as the film's music director marking his debut in Telugu cinema. But he was later replaced by S. Thaman.

Vaitla was rumored to collaborate with the writer duo Kona Venkat-Gopimohan for this film with whom he had differences in the past.[51] Kona Venkat-Gopimohan were working on the film's script in United States in late November 2014.[52] S. Thaman and Sameer Reddy were reported to be the music director and cinematographer of the film respectively.[53] Kona Venkat confirmed that he would be working with Vaitla again for this film after Charan convinced him to put aside their personal differences adding that he discussed the script with Vaitla and got an approval from Charan.[54]

Gopimohan confirmed the same adding that this film's script would have no traces of their past works.[22] Anirudh Ravichander was signed in on to compose the film's music marking his debut in Telugu cinema and also making this film the third Charan's film to have music composed by a Tamil music composer.[a][55] He met Charan at his house in Hyderabad in early February 2015 and Danayya, Vaitla and others were also present during the meeting. He accepted to be a part of the film after liking the film's script.[56]

Manoj Paramahamsa was signed in on as the film's director of photography.[57] The makers announced that Kona Venkat would pen the dialogues and co-write the film's script along with Gopimohan while Vaitla himself would pen the film's screenplay.[58] Anirudh walked out of the project in late March 2015 and was subsequently replaced by S. Thaman who collaborated with Vaitla for Dookudu (2011), Baadshah (2013) and Aagadu (2014).[59] Thaman confirmed the same through his twitter page later.[60]

Principal photography began on 16 March 2015 at Hyderabad and the film's principal cast participated in the shoot.[61] In late April 2015, Rakul Preet Singh's manager told media that she has allotted 15 days per month for the upcoming three months for this film's shoot.[62] Charan was reported to join the film's sets on 27 April 2015 after returning from Bangkok.[63] That schedule was dropped and a fresh schedule began from 21 May 2015 to shoot two duets on Charan and Rakul Preet Singh in Spain till 30 May 2015.[64] The next schedule began from 3 June 2015 at Hydeabad which was announced last till the completion of the film's shoot.[29]

Initially, few action sequences were shot i


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