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Varma, CMA Global 350 Cr International Project Nuclear


Ram Gopal Varma officially announced his first international project. Multinational corporate CMA Global is partnering with Varma’s company investing 340 Cr on their joint film venture NUCLEAR.

“My 1st international film to be made at a cost of 340 cr is NUCLEAR. Nuclear to be shot in America,China,Russia,Yemen nd india with American,Chinese,Russian nd Indian actors. Nuclear is produced by CMA GLOBAL who did a long term tie up with my Company for 15 films. NUCLEAR starts after I wrap Sarkar 3 in my tie up on other films started too,” officially RGV informs.

Elaborating the Nuclear concept and possibility of beginning for World War III, Varma said:

“My 1st international film to be made at a cost of 340 Crs is NUCLEAR. Nuclear to be shot in America, China, Russia,Yemen and india with American, Chinese, Russian and Indian actors,’ a tweet on RGV twitter page says. Going into further details, a portal leading to RGV statement read below lines.

I have been an avid and voracious reader of both fiction and non-fiction but never in my life until now, have I come across a subject matter like NUCLEAR. Yes it's going to be much more costlier than the most expensive film ever made in India and the reason for that is because the subject matter truly demands that it is filmed on a scale never before seen Terrorism is on the top of everyone's minds in the world today be it America, Europe, Middle East or Asia. We wake up every morning to hear dreadful news of a terror attack happening somewhere or the other. Incidents like planes bringing down towers, a truck plowing through people on the roads, slaughtering hundreds of innocent people in Paris, Mumbai etc are terrifying enough, but the real and truly unthinkable terror is, what if someone gets their hands on a nuclear bomb?

This is not at all an exaggerated fear and a very plausible reality with so many terrorist organisations intimidating and attempting to take over nuclear powered countries. The echoes of the nuclear bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are still reverberating in the world's ears 70 years after they exploded making it impossible for the world to forget the terror they unleashed.

The only thing which can be more terrifying than that is, if that explosion happens now in our times. It is because of this fear that America acted against Iraq. If an act based on mere suspicion that someone could be in possession of a nuclear bomb bring in so much of hate and divide between the countries of the world resulting in regime collapses, friendly countries becoming sworn enemies, rise of ISIS etc., then it's obvious that an actual nuclear explosion in a big city like Mumbai can easily trigger WORLD WAR III and thus end the WORLD.”