Actor Rahul Ramakrishna not part of Rajamouli’s RRR

Hyderabad: Rahul Ramakrishna has emerged as one of the most promising actors in the Telugu film industry. He made a mark with 2017 hit Arjun Reddy. Since then he has not looked back and is making his presence felt in every film that he is part of. Recently, there were reports that the actor was on board for S.S Rajamouli’s much-anticipated film RRR. However, Rahul has dismissed them as false news.

In a recent interview, when asked about his experience working with Rajamouli, he quickly responded by saying, “I would be able to answer that question if I knew how and what to answer.” It remains to be seen whether his answer is a clever ploy to not divulge any details about his character or just baseless rumours floating around.

The actor went on to share how he was starstruck while working with Super Star Mahesh Babu in Bharath Ane Nenu. Rahul praised Allu Arjun for his encouraging words and for making him feel comfortable on and off the sets of the recent film Ala Vaikuntapurramulo.

Rahul, who comes from a humble background, had to undergo hardships during his college days before he was able to gain a foothold in the film industry. The multi-talented actor is often hailed for his diction and command over various dialects. He has also written lyrics for films like Pelli Choopulu and is also a trained singer. He is quite vocal about his opinions and doesn’t shy away from expressing them on social media. Recently, Rahul, along with actor Priyadarshi and director Mohan Krishna Indraganti, was trolled for their views about the government. The actor rubbished them with a dash of humour but insisted on the need for enforcement of laws.

The actor is excited about his upcoming film SkyLab where he will share screen space with actors Satya Dev and Nithya Menen. He will also be seen in Jathi Ratnalu and Virata Parvam. It looks like the actor has his hands full in 2020 and will continue to entertain the audience.

Kiran KS

A journalist who believes in taking the road less travelled enjoys writing on Cinema, Politics, Culture and Education. After having a brief stint as a journalist in a Newspaper and also as a researcher he is now a freelancing journalist and has written earlier for The Pioneer and VoxSpace. An alumnus of Osmania University and MIT College, Pune, he has done his Post graduation n English Literature and has a Pg diploma in Mass Communication and Politics. Other than being an avid film buff, he
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