Ram Charan, worked with Rakesh Udiyar, who mentored Bollywood stars Salman Khan and Aamir Khan in Sultan and Dangal respectively, to work on his looks and physique to get what we see in the trailer. The first part focuses on Ram Charan's (as Dhurva) work out regime and the pains he took get the rugged look. Ram Charan was last seen in Bruce Lee - The Fighter in which he played the role of a stuntman and therefore, it seems, he made a swift transition.
From the trailer we also know that Dhuva is mission-oriented and focused on putting the crime perpetuated by Arvind Swamy's character to an end. Nothing, not even love, can come between Dhurva and his goals. Actress Rakul Preet Singh, who is cast opposite Ram Charan, was disappointed to hear Dhuva say: "Love doesn't suit me. My mind and focus, everything is different."
Watch the trailer here:
Ram Charan's uncle Allu Aravind has produced Dhurva under Geetha Arts. The film will hit the screens on December 9, along with Bollywood film Befikre starring Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor. Befikre is Aditya Chopra's first film in eight years as director.