Megastar Chiranjeevi's ambitious period drama "Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy" which was launched amidst much fanfare in the month of August is facing initial hurdles. The film's regular shoot has not yet commenced.
It was to begin on October 20, but now the makers have pushed the date to December. The reason cited is the change of key technicians in the crew.
Cinematographer Ravi Varman has already opted out from the film and Rathnavelu will be handling the camera now.
There was a talk that even A R Rahman has expressed his unwillingness to continue for this project, but Ram Charan went to Chennai and convinced him to stay back. He reportedly cleared all confusion about Thaman.
With fans and others congratulating Rahman for the background score done by Thaman, he is said to have felt bad. Now Ram Charan is said to have given word that Thaman will not interfere in the project.
These minor issues are being sorted out. So, the team is planning to get complete clarity before commencing the regular shoot. Taking all these into account, the team is now gearing up to commence shoot in December.