RGV's Film on Veerappan

By iQlik Movies - April 10, 2015 - 11:43 AM IST

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Ram Gopal Varma is not only known for his out of box thoughts but also for his out of box concept movies as well. All his career, he didn’t stick to a particular genre. Of late, he has stepped out of his routine crime genre. He recently made a film on love (365 days) that is yet to release and also announced a silent film too. But the latest update is, he sent a press release that shocked everyone. Read the excerpts from his press release below.

"I have been immensely interested to do a film on Veerappan for years and I finally got the most perfect script which I think will be greatest portrayal of the phenomenon Veerappan. Veerappan is truly one of a kind and also the only kind in the criminal history of the world compared to Veerappan.

Bandit Queen's Phoolan devi seems like a cheap pick pocket to me. Neither in China nor America is a paralell criminal to Veerappan. The actual true story of Veerappan,I gathered from unnameable and highly secretive sources and it has 100 times more drama and content than that of  Dawood Ibrahim.

The biggest hero for me is the man who killed the biggest villain and so this is the actual untold and unknown true story of the man who killed Veerappan.

Veerappan was the most dreadful,dangerous and ruthless villain that the world has ever seen. In fact though lesser in scale he was more dangerous in the context than Osama bin laden because,unlike Osama he was just a criminal and never had an ideological cause.
He was unparalleled in cunning, ruthlessness, and barbarism in the entire crime history of the whole world.

Veerappan killed more than 800 elephants and two hundred and twenty seven people including SEVENTY TWO police officers. (Numbers vary depending on sources)"

Well RGV is on an announcing spree but his hardcore fans are eagerly waiting for the release of those announced projects

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