Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam has clocked a 100-day run at the box-office, and the actor gave full credit for the film’s success to its director Sukumar.
Speaking at the film’s 100-day function, the actor said, “It’s Sukumar’s thought and the film began when he started writing the story. It’s his dream and everyone worked for it. I will be forever grateful to him.” Ram Charan also added that he learnt a lot from his father. “When my father came back to films with Khaidi No.150, I observed him a lot. I always thought about him and how he wins people’s respect and love. It’s not because of good acting or doing a good film alone,” said the actor.
Expressing happiness that the distributors and exhibitors are making good money with his film, he said, “I wish every film this kind of success at the box-office. Then only will the industry be strong.”