The Bollywood diva plays the role of Sita in the magnum opus and will be paired opposite Ram Charan.

He has a powerful story to tell Alia Bhatt on working with SS Rajamouli in RRRPTI
Flix Tollywood Saturday, April 13, 2019 - 14:24

Bollywood diva Alia Bhatt, who will be making her debut in Tollywood with the SS Rajamouli directorial RRR, has shared that it is a powerful story and that Rajamouli was on her bucket list of directors. RRR, one of the most awaited films, is a multi-starrer with Jr NTR and Ram Charan playing the lead roles.

“I am prepping for it. It is tough, but I think I’ll be good at it. I’m having fun. He (SS Rajamouli) was on my bucket list of directors. Not only because of Baahubali, of course, that was a very big factor but also because of his imagination. Right from Magadheera to Eega, these concepts are simply mind-blowing. He is truly an artist and understands his audience, the people he is making the film for. His emotions and story are so powerful and likewise, with RRR, he has a very powerful story to tell,” Alia had said in an interview when asked about working with SS Rajamouli. The actor plays the role of Sita in the magnum opus and will be paired opposite Ram Charan.

Ram Charan will be playing Alluri Seetharamaraju and Jr NTR will be essaying the role Komaram Bheem in RRR. On the technical crew roped in for the project, we hear that MM Keeravani is on board to compose the tunes and KK Senthil Kumar will be doing the cinematography, with A Sreekar Prasad roped in for editing.

RRR is being bankrolled by DVV Dhanayya under his banner DVV Entertainments on a budget of Rs. 300 crores. Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn plays an important role alongside Sanjay Dutt and Varun Dhawan, who will also be playing pivotal roles in RRR. Earlier, the director had signed up Tamil actor and director Samuthirakani for a role, it may be noted here.

At the recently held press meet, it was announced that the film will be released on July 30th, 2020 in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi and other Indian languages.

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