Ram Charan’s biggest challenge as a successor to megastar Chiranjeevi was to match his father’s speed and grace in dances. Even mega fans waited for his debut movie with bated breath to see his dancing skills and they were more than satisfied with his superb dances in the song Yamaho Yama from Chirutha.
Charan didn’t do exceptional dance moves in remaining songs, but Yamaha Yama was enough to put him among the league of best dances. In Magadheera he came up with rocking dances in Bangaru Kodipetta song and in Orange his graceful dance moves in Rooba Rooba song were a treat to watch. However, Charan didn’t offer a dance fest for his fans in his movies till now. He restricted himself to one song per film and fans have been waiting to see him do great dances in more than one song per each movie.
Racha is going to be the movie that they have been waiting for. If the sources are to be believed Ram Charan’s dances in four out of five songs will be a feast for his fans. Racha title song would be his best so far in terms of dances it seems. His massy dances in Dillaku Dillaku and Singareni undi songs are going to rock big time. Charan matched the graceful dance moves of his father in the remix song of Vaana Vaana Velluvaye, sources say. It is going to be Racha all the way.