It's known that VV Vinayak is directing the Hindi remake of 'Chatrapathi', the Prabhas-Rajamouli film. Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas is reprising Prabhas in the remake. And Pen Studios is producing it.
The news is that a huge set of the film, erected in Hyderabad, has been badly damaged by the recent rains. The makers had planned to start the shoot in the last week of April and the set was erected with the schedule in mind. It was constructed at a cost of Rs 3 Cr on an area spread over six acres. Art Director Sunil Babu had done it. The village set was done at the location where Ram Charan's 'Rangasthalam' was shot.
The makers have resolved to reconstruct the set. The movie will likely go on the floors in July.
The makers said that the 'Rakshasudu' actor has gone in for a physical make-over for the challenging action-oriented role.