Treating millions of fans on Thursday morning, SS Rajamouli dropped the making video of the much-awaited film, RRR. Starring Ram Charan, Jr NTR and Alia Bhatt, RRR is Rajamouli's next magnum opus after the Baahubali series and a big-budget project that has been in the works for two years.
Rajamouli took to Twitter to share the BTS video, "A glimpse into the making of @RRRMovie… Hope you all love it.:)",foot-live
"Making of RRR...A glimpse into the world of RRR @RRRMovie Happy to have been part of such an energetic team," Alia wrote as she shared the behind-the-scenes clip on social media. The actress makes a blink-and-miss appearance right at the end of the clip and looked ethereal as Sita.,rummycircle-tricks
She was seen in a yellow outfit with a side loose braid, a bindi and a nose ring. The first look of the actress was unveiled on her birthday on March 15. ,dhoni-cricket-betting-app
volleyball-block-up,Ajay Devgn, too, featured in the video in his character. He was seen wearing a uniform with a white turban and a red tikka. Sharing the video on Twitter, Ajay wrote, "It was quite an experience working with this fantastic team on India's biggest action drama, @RRRMovie! Here's a glimpse into the making of #RRRMovie."
sbobet-online,Jr NTR shared how it was so exciting to work on the sets, "We hustle, we have fun! It has been such an exciting experience to work with this team for @RRRMovie A journey I will forever cherish. Happy to share a glimpse into the making of #RRRMovie."
basketball-outdoor-test,"An experience that is the result of the hard work of many! Excited to share a glimpse of @RRRMovie, a labour of love of hundreds of cast and crew members," wrote Ram Charan.
The film is being produced by D. V. V. Danayya of DVV Entertainments. It is based on the fictional story of two Indian revolutionaries Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaran Bheem, who fought against the British Raj and Nizam of Hyderabad.,how-to-bet-on-sports-in-indiaeintracht-frankfurt-volleyball-damen-2
hunch-synonym,Olivia Morris, Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson, and Alison Doody have supporting roles in the SS Rajamouli-directorial.