Roar of RRR: SS Rajamouli promises to surpass Baahubali’s success, confirms October release for Ram Charan-Jr NTR film

Director SS Rajamouli released a behind-the-scenes look at his upcoming magnum opus RRR on Thursday. At just over a minute, the montage video gives us a glimpse of the scale and scope of the big-ticket historical drama. From Rajamouli directing British actor Olivia Morris, Hollywood actor Ray Stevenson and Irish actor Alison Doody, to staging spectacular action sequences, Rajamouli seems to have done nothing to ensure that he continues the success of his previous film. film, Baahubali: The Conclusion, surpasses with this Jr NTR-Ram Charan film. It also stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in key roles.

It seemed a little difficult for the filmmakers to stick to their original plans due to the further delay in production due to the devastating second wave of the coronavirus. However, the RRR promo has confirmed that the filmmakers have no plans to change the October 13 release date.

RRR is one of the spectacular films expected to jump-start the box office business in India, which has suffered a huge loss since the outbreak of the Covid-19.

“We never thought of doing that, we were willing to wait for movie theaters. We have a glimmer of hope, we know that people will come back to watch movies. India lives from movies. We take them very seriously as an audience. RRR is such a movie,” Jr. NTR had previously said when speaking of the possibility of a direct-to-stream release.

The production and post-production of RRR take place simultaneously. The filmmakers resumed shooting in July this year after restrictions on filming were relaxed. Shooting is expected to last until mid-August. The director will shoot the scenes with Alia Bhatt and Ram Charan during this schedule.

RRR is a fictional story based on the struggle of the Telugu tribal leaders Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem under the colonial rule of the British. While Ram Charan will be seen in the role of Sitarama, Jr writes NTR Komaram in RRR.

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