Ram Charan's Vanity Van Driver Passes Away Due To Complications Following Coronavirus

Ram Charan has put himself in isolation after his personal vanity driver passed away due to coronavirus.

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Ram Charan's Vanity Van Driver Passes Away Due To Complications Following Coronavirus
Ram Charan is one of the most popular stars in the industry. The actor keeps making headlines for multiple reasons. He has interesting projects in the pipeline. The Rangasthalam actor, who was shooting for his upcoming film Acharya in Hyderabad has now isolated himself at home. Mega Power Star Ram Charan's personal Vanity Bus driver recently passed away after battling with complications attached to Coronavirus and therefore, he decided to isolate himself. 

As per a report in Pinkvilla, the news of vanity driver's death came as a shock to the star who is known to be very attached to his team members. Given the situation, Ram Charan has gone into isolation. On the other hand, Ram Charan's uncle Pawan Kalyan is currently undergoing treatment for COVID-19 at his farmhouse. The actor decided to take the test after his personal staff members got infected with the virus.

Apart from Ram Charan, Acharya also stars Sonu Sood, Pooja Hegde and Chiranjeevi. Sonu Sood will be seen playing the role of a villain. The actor recently tested positive for the virus and has been updating fans about his health on social media.

Apart from Acharya, Ram Charan will be seen in SS Rajamouli's RRR. The movie also stars Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, NTR Junior, Olivia Morris among others. The first look motion poster of Ram Charan as Ramaraju was released on his birthday. Sharing a video on Twitter, Rajamouli wrote, "If there is anyone who can describe my Ramaraju @AlwaysRamCharan in the best way, it can only be my Bheem @tarak9990... Here it is...Introducing Ramaraju to you...."





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