Ram Gopal Varma has turned 60 today, April 7. The filmmaker who supported Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend and actor Rhea Chakraborty on social media when she was going through a rough time post the death of SSR, is making headlines about whether RGV will make a film on Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case or not. As Ram Gopal Varma is known for making movies based on real-life incidents, so in an interview with ETimes, it was asked if he will take Sushant’s death and its investigations as a part of his upcoming story? To which Ram said, “It might, or it might not. There are so many things to choose from, on a relative level, for me, at least. I think I might even take it up”.
Ram Gopal Varma further shared his thoughts about the recurrent social media fights. He said, “As far as social media is concerned, I don’t know what happened to the Sushant Singh Rajput case, I think people have forgotten. I don’t know what happened to Rhea Chakraborty too. I think social media has become a circus. They make a lot of noise and then forget.” Also Read – Rhea Chakraborty – Emraan Hashmi’s Chehre Gets Postponed Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases
Last year, Ram Gopal Varma made a film on COVID-19. It was a Telugu film shot during the lockdown. The movie’s subject was based on a family living amid the pandemic and lockdown. He had said that it was his attempt to prove that nothing can stop his work. In an earlier interview, RGV said: “We shot this film during the lockdown when everything was shut. The deadly coronavirus even blessed us and did not infect anyone on the film’s set. We shot it at a time when every single person from the film industry was either taking rest or washing dishes. We shot a movie with all precautions during such time to prove nothing can stop filmmaking. I am indeed indebted to coronavirus for making this possible. Now, we will be remembered for releasing the first Telugu film post lockdown.”