Ram Charan to use digital media to demonstrate his influence?

Ram Charan is rumoured to be planning to buy a handful of popular channels. The majority of the media believes it could be MAHA news.

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Rumors are circulating that Mega Power Star Ram Charan, the son of Mega Star Chiranjeevi, is planning to enter the electronic media industry. He’s rumoured to be preparing the launch of a media channel.

Ram Charan is rumoured to be planning to buy a handful of popular channels in the sector, and if that fails, he plans to launch a new channel. According to rumours, Ram Charan is intending to launch a channel and develop it for his films.

The rumour has it

According to sources, Ram Charan is in the last stages of negotiations and has offered a hefty sum for the existing channel management. Ram Charan wants entertainment networks as well as news channels. Ram Charan is now working on RRR with Rajamouli and his next with Shankar.

The majority of the media believes it could be MAHA news. This channel hasn’t made any money in a long time. There were rumours that politicians like Sujana Chowdary and TG Venkatesh had been unofficial patrons of this station for a while, but they got rid of it since they thought it was a white elephant. According to rumours, Ram Charan has offered a premium price for this channel, and negotiations are nearing completion. If everything goes according to plan, this channel could be sold soon. We’ll have to wait and watch if Ram Charan’s dream of starting a news channel turns out to be true or not.

Fans of Janasena have expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of media backing for their party. Ram Charan’s supporters have been pleading with him to create a news station for a long time.

With films like Rangasthalam, Ram Charan has already established himself as a performer. With films like Khaidi number 150 and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, he established himself as a producer. According to sources, he is now preparing to make a big splash in the electronic media.

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