‘RRR’ for Sankranthi 2021?

Hyderabad: It looks like the much anticipated release of SS Rajamouli’s film ‘RRR’ is getting delayed yet again. According to the sources, the film is now postponed to January 8th, 2021 coinciding with the Sankranthi season.

This Magnum Opus was originally slated to release on July 30th, 2020. However, there was a buzz that it was postponed to Gandhi Jayanti and later reports emerged that the film will release during Dussehra in October.

With Sankranthi season getting rich dividends for Tollywood in 2020, the makers are now keen to release RRR during the festive season in 2021.

Although the film is progressing at a brisk pace, sources reveal that significant portions of the film is still left to shoot and the film also requires a lot of time for it’s post production.

Recently, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn, who is playing an important role in the film has started shooting for the film. Alia Bhatt, who is one of the female leads of the film is yet to start shooting for the film is expected to
join the sets soon.

Rajamouli, who is known for his perfection takes a lot of time to finish his films and looks like the ace director will make his fans wait till January next year.

‘RRR’ is a fictional story set against the pre-independence era and is based on two legendary freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharamaraju and Komaram Bheem which will be essayed by Ram Charan and JR.NTR respectively.

Olivia Morris, Samuthirakani, Rahul Ramakrishna are among the ensemble cast of the film.

‘RRR’ which is being produced by DVV Entertainments has music composed by MM Keeravani. Ever since the film was announced, it has created a lot of buzz among the trade circles and has already garnered a lot of anticipation and excitement from the fans worldwide.

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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