Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who is busy shooting Amitabh Bachchan starrer “Sarkar 3”, on Monday announced he is making an international project titled “Nuclear” on a budget of Rs 340 crore.
“My 1st international film to be made at a cost of Rs 340 crore is ‘Nuclear’,” Varma wrote on his Twitter page.
He shared a poster with the tweet, which reads: “An atomic bomb smuggled into Mumbai; Demand for evacuation of Kashmir; Pakistan denies involvement and America steps in; America convinces India and Pakistan to forge forces; At stake are millions of life and the beginning of World War III.”
In another post, he revealed that the film will be shot across the US, China, Russia, Yemen and India. And yet another poster shows people running helter skelter with a cloud of smoke emanating from a bomb blast.
The project, which will be produced by CMA Global, will feature American, Chinese, Russian and Indian actors.
Varma and CMA Global have struck a deal to work together in fifteen films.
“‘Nuclear’ starts after I wrap ‘Sarkar 3’ and my tie up on other films,” wrote the filmmaker, known for movies like “Rangeela”, “Satya”, “Shool” and “Company”.