A massive film in the making ever since it was announced in 2018, Baahubali director SS Rajamouli's next magnum opus titled RRR under DVV Danayya's DVV Entertainment banner and starring Ram Charan and Jr. NTR in the lead roles, was scheduled for a theatrical release on October 13. Billed to be India's biggest period action drama, the upcoming film coming out in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages had recently completed a schedule in Ukraine, with the makers on Saturday dropping yet another announcement in regard to the release plans.
The official Twitter page of RRR has announced that post-production works are currently progressing at a brisk pace, while also informing that there will be a change in the film's release plans. They tweeted, "Post production nearly done to have #RRRMovie ready by October’21. But as known to many, we are postponing the release but cannot announce a new date with theatres indefinitely closed. We will release at the earliest possible date when the world cinema markets are up and running." This latest announcement from the RRR team will no doubt come as a big disappointment for fans, who have been eagerly waiting to witness SS Rajamouli's next visual spectacle after his Baahubali films in 2017. Check out the latest RRR release announcement below:
Post production nearly done to have #RRRMovie ready by October’21.
But as known to many, we are postponing the release but cannot announce a new date with theatres indefinitely closed.
We will release at the earliest possible date when the world cinema markets are up and running.— RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) September 11, 2021
Expectations for RRR are seismic especially after promos and a teaser for RRR showcasing Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju and Jr NTR n as Komaram Bheem, freedom fighters from Andhra Pradesh in the pre-Independence period in the 1920s, received stellar response from fans. The pan-Indian venture will also see the lead stars joined by Bollywood stars Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt and Tamil actor Samuthirakani cast in pivotal roles, with Irish actors Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody as the antagonists. Furthermore, Olivia Morris, Shriya Saran, Chatrapathi Sekhar, Rajeev Kanakala, among others are also a part of RRR's cast, with the film's budget estimated to be around 350 crores.
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