“I have not seen Paritala Ravi and his enemies fighting with each other. But, it was narrated by those who watched the gory factions. I believed them and found them interesting. So, I incorporated them as a story for entertainment. Of course, there is again no guarantee that what I was told was true. I also can`t give any assurance that what I have presented is true. The audience will not have any sentiment, costumes and comedy and songs. Anyways, I got associated with the town of Ananthapur, when I was doing this film. So, I want to watch the film in Ananthapur, when it gets released. My entire team is going to watch there,” RGV added.
Vivek Oberoi said: “I am happy to get introduced to Tollywood with Raktha Charitra. Before I started on the role of Paritala Ravi (in film as Pratap Ravi), I didn`t know about such a man. After the script was narrated to me, I was stunned, when I realised that such a character existed in real life! There is energy, power, vengeance and hot blood in the role. I really like Telugu films a lot. I watched Magadheera many times. I am a fan of Telugu films.”