Alia Bhatt quashes rumours of exiting SS Rajamouli’s RRR, reveals release date of motion poster – regional movies

Assuming she has left the era of the epic RRR (working title), which marks her debut in telugu, Aliya Bhatt shared updated information about the film. She brought the stories to Instagram to announce that the title logo and the movement poster will be presented next Wednesday (25 March).

Aliya Bhatt shared updated information on RRR with Instagram.

SS Rajamouli said the publication of the RRR poster movement was an attempt to encourage people who are currently at home because of the coronavirus outbreak. We’re in a time of global crisis. We wanted to comfort everyone. We launch the long-awaited title logo with the poster for the film @RRRMovie, Tomorrow. Although I can’t promise a specific time right now because all our team members work from home, he’s twittered.

I ask the fans and spectators, on behalf of my entire team, to enjoy it without leaving the house. The country is locked up because there should be no reason to hold public meetings, he added in another tweet.

The SS Rajamuli asked the fans to stay home.

It has already been reported that Alia will be forced to leave RRR because of the problems she has encountered so far. Because filming had stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was said that she would have to postpone the data with Gangubai Katiyawadi from Sanjay Lila Bhansali and that she would no longer fit into her DRD schedule. However, there seems to be no truth in the news.

In an interview last year Aliya said she wanted to be part of RRR and said that Rajamuli was on the blacklist of directors. She studied telugu for a film in which she would play the lead role.

Ram Charan and the Junior NTR will play Alluri Sitarama Raja and Comaram Bhim, revolutionary freedom fighters of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Rajamuli said at a press conference. The film also shows Ajay Devgn.

According to a report on the mammoth of the 400 rupee budget, the rouble is expected to fall in value in cinemas more than 8 January 2021.