After his film "Orange" bombed badly at the box office Ram Charan Teja is leaving no stone unturned to make his upcoming film Rachcha a blockbuster, and crores of rupees have been spent on the action and item numbers.
Producer R.B. Choudury had to shell out Rs 2 crore just for one action sequence in the film.
As it was shot in picturesque China, the scene required loads of bamboo sticks and the high-adrenaline action shots were choreographed by a Chinese stunt master.
“It’s quite a unique action sequence and Charan did a good job with his reflexes and agility, convincingly bashing up the thugs amidst the bamboo sticks,” says a crew member. The producer also spent another Rs 80 lakh to rope in B-town actress Lisa Hayden of "Aisha" and "Rascals" fame, for the racy title track.
Since he has designed the film as a ‘clean entertainer’, New Age director Sampath Nandi has refrained from shooting for any intimate or lip-lock scenes.