Hyderabad: The buzz for SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ is getting bigger and louder with each day. Fans are eagerly awaiting the first look of their favourite actors. Recently, actor Jr. Ramana Reddy revealed in a TV interview about Ram Charan’s look in the film.

He mentioned that Ram Charan who is playing Alluri Seetharamaraju will be sporting a red-colour coat and will be seen serving the British army. Interestingly, the original Alluri Seetharamaraju is known to wear orange robes and employ guerrilla warfare methods against the British. Now with the latest details coming about Ram Charan’s look in the film, it has evoked tremendous curiosity among fans.

Sources reveal that Ram Charan will be seen performing intense action sequences in that attire alongside Jr. NTR. Reports also suggest that these action episodes will be a major highlight of the film.

According to the latest buzz, the pre-release business of ‘RRR’ has surpassed Rajamouli’s previous film ‘Baahubali 2’ by a wide margin. According to trade reports, ‘RRR’ would easily achieve a pre-release business of more than Rs 400 crores in south India and overseas. The filmmakers are also expecting huge numbers in north India market too, as ‘Baahubali’ franchise was hugely successful in Hindi.

‘RRR’ is a fictional story set against the pre-independence era and is based on two legendary freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharamaraju and Komaram Bheem with Jr. NTR doing the latter. Olivia Morris, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Shriya, Samuthirakani are among the ensemble cast.

Produced by DVV Entertainments, the music for ‘RRR’ has been composed by MM Keeravani. Touted to be one of the most expensive films ever made in India, ‘RRR’ is scheduled to release on January 8 on the eve of Sankranti next year.

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
is also interested in Arts and Theatre and takes part of it. Other than writing, he enjoys travelling, reading books and watching cricket.

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