Hyderabad: The gang-rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi has become the much-debated topic in recent weeks. The latest news about the case that we hear is that director Sridhar Allani, who has earlier directed films like Buddha and Utsaham, has planned to make a movie on this issue and he is currently in talks with actress Charmi Kaur for the female lead in this controversial flick.
The brave girl, who fought until her last breath, has shaken the nation. Talking to a leading English daily, Sridhar Allani has confirmed the news about the movie saying he wants to show his solidarity by making a film. The director says that his team is going to meet the family of this girl. He adds that he will recreate the massive protest scenes which were seen after her rape took place in the city.
Meanwhile, Sridhar Allani also confirmed that his team is in talks with Charmi Kaur. The director thinks that the actress is a great performer, who can carry a film on her shoulders. Hence, he has decided to rope in her for the role of the rape victim in the movie. The director says, "We are in discussions, nothing is fixed yet."
However, producer Chadalavada Srinivasa Rao, who has earlier produced remakes of Telugu films Erra Sanyam and Matrudevo Bhava, is impressed with the concept of Sridhar Allani's upcoming film and has come forward to invest Rs 5 crores on the film. The producer says that the movie will be a tribute to the unfortunate girl.