Ram Charan & Jr NTR’s RRR: Makers REVEAL an exciting update about the SS Rajamouli directorial’s Tamil release

Directed by SS Rajamouli, RRR has Alia Bhatt as the leading lady, while Ajay Devgn will be seen playing a key role in the historical drama.
Ram Charan & Jr NTR’s RRR: Makers REVEAL an exciting update about the SS Rajamouli directorial’s Tamil release
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While we are all waiting with battered breath to watch the upcoming magnum opus RRR on the big screens, it has been announced by the makers that Tamil Nadu’s theatrical rights of the film are acquired by Lyca Productions. It was announced last month that the film will hit the big screens on October 13 during the Dussehra holidays. Now that the makers have made an announcement regarding the film's Tamil Nadu theatrical release, it has come as an exciting update to the fans.

Announcing about the film’s release, the makers shared an unseen poster of Ram Charan and Jr NTR and stated that RRR is the biggest collaboration in the history of Indian cinema. “This October 13, witness Fire and Water come together as a FORCE that has never been experienced before. The biggest collaboration in Indian cinema is set to deliver a memorable experience!!! THE RIDE BEGINS...”, they wrote along with the announcement of release date.

See the official Tweet here:

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About RRR, the movie will have Jr NTR in the character as Komaram Bheem while Ram Charan will be seen as Alluri Sitarama Raju. The magnum opus is based on two well-known revolutionaries from the pre independent era. Bollywood celebs Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn will be seen in supporting roles while international stars Olivia Morris, Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody will be seen playing key roles in the most awaited period drama and it is produced by DVV Danayya.

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SSR deserved to die