The film reportedly will be based on the epic Ramayana.

Ram Charan and Jr NTRs roles in Rajamoulis RRR revealed
Flix Tollywood Wednesday, March 06, 2019 - 18:52

Ever since director SS Rajamouli had announced that his next will be a multi starrer featuring Ram Charan Teja and Jr NTR, there have been various speculations about the roles they would play in the film. Finally, we got to know that Ram Charan plays a cop in RRR while Jr NTR will be seen as a forest officer.

According to a report by a leading daily, RRR is set in the pre-independence era and will be based on the epic, Ramayana. From what we hear, Ram Charan’s character in the film will be based on Rama and Jr NTR’s on Ravana.

While there is still no news about the heroines for this film, sources say that Bollywood actors Alia Bhatt and Parineeti Chopra are in talks with the filmmakers.

On the technical crew roped in for the project, we hear that MM Keeravani is on board to compose the tunes. Details about the rest of the star cast and crew are under wraps as of now. Kollywood director and actor Samuthirakani is already on board RRR with a crucial role.

RRR is being bankrolled by DVV Dhanayya under his banner DVV Entertainments on a budget of Rs 300 crore. Plans are on to release it in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam. The film’s director had made an announcement already that RRR will be a Sankaranthi 2020 release.

On RRR, the film’s producer DVV Dhanayya had said during its launch, “There are already great expectations from the film with the Nandamuri fans and all moviegoers expecting something out of the ordinary. I promise I will make sure no stone is left unturned from my side in that regard.”

At the recently held 16th edition of the Harvard India Conference, Rajamouli was asked about RRR to which he replied “It will be a pan-India film because the nature of the story is like that. Please don’t ask me any more questions about the movie.”

With RRR being director SS Rajamouli’s first film after the massive success of Baahubali, expectations are very high on it.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

 

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