Ram Charan’s Debut Production ‘The India House’: Portraying Veer Savarkar’s Role in India’s Freedom Struggle

The India House

On the special occasion of Veer Savarkar’s 140th birth anniversary, popular actor Ram Charan has made an exciting announcement about his first production venture.

The film, titled ‘The India House,’ will be created under the V Mega Pictures banner, in collaboration with Vikram Reddy from UV Creations and Abhishek Agarwal Arts, known for producing acclaimed movies like ‘The Kashmir Files’ and ‘Karthikeya 2’.

Ram Charan, in a tweet, unveiled the teaser of ‘The India House,’ which revolves around the activities of Veer Savarkar in London.

The movie features Nikhil Siddhartha, known for his upcoming film ‘Spy’ based on Netaji Subhas Bose, and the talented Anupam Kher.

The director of the film is Ram Vamsi Krishna.

The India House: Veer Savarkar’s Contribution to Freedom

The significance of the movie’s title, ‘The India House,’ is profound. India House, located in London, held great importance as it was the residence where Veer Savarkar lived during his exile from 1906 to 1910. It serves as a backdrop for this remarkable film, portraying Veer Savarkar’s remarkable journey.

India House swiftly became the central hub of the Indian revolutionary movement in Britain. It attracted young Indian students who had arrived in London for higher education. These enthusiastic members eagerly participated in the weekly gatherings at India House, where Veer Savarkar, their charismatic leader, delivered thought-provoking lectures on various subjects, including the guiding principles of revolution and strategies for assassinations.

During that time, many prominent Indian leaders also visited India House when they were in London. One notable visitor was MK Gandhi, who stayed at the hostel during his 1906 visit. It was during this stay that Gandhi had his first encounter with Savarkar. An interesting incident occurred when Savarkar offered Gandhi prawns that he had personally cooked. Gandhi, a staunch vegetarian, was deeply shocked by the offer. In response, Savarkar humorously remarked, “If you cannot dine with us, how can you possibly fight alongside us? Besides, this is just boiled fish, while we need individuals willing to stand up against the British with full determination!”. This incident highlighted the contrasting approaches to the freedom struggle between the two influential freedom fighters.

Ram charan’s tweet on “The India House”,

ram charan tweet on the india house

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