In a first of its kind in Indian cinema, the unknown filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is making a film about the huge budget Rs 340 Crore. What else? The budget is strictly used for the making of the film and excludes the compensation of its shots Featured, Publicity & Advertising costs which means, the film's budget goes even further. Entitled "Nuclear", the film deals with the atomic bomb and its effects. The poster for Nuclear Nuclear RGV was unveiled and it says "The beginning of World War III." He learned that the film would be on the lines of how a nuclear bomb into the wrong hands and if poorly used.
CMA Global, a recognized production company, has partnered with RGV's Company for a variety of films and, as part of the agreement, Varma will be the leading creative CMA Global launches. After Nuclear, the production company will produce two more films "The Dead Are Alive" (The Most Expensive horror movie ever made) and "The Tablet" (The first science fiction thriller about immortality). Meanwhile, the production company is also in talks with filmmakers from Hong Kong, Europe and planning to bring acclaimed filmmakers under an umbrella and churn quality films.
Nuclear is the immediate RGV film after his current movie "Sarkaar 3" with Amitabh Bachchan. Looks, RGV is going great guns after passing through a lean phase.