25 Jan 2021: SS Rajamouli's 'RRR' gets a release date. Check here
The makers of the upcoming period action film - RRR - have announced the release date of the movie.
As per their latest announcement, the movie is slated to be released on October 13, 2021.
Here's more on this.
Details: The ride begins, say the makers
A post from the official Twitter handle of the movie read, "This October 13, witness fire and water come together as a force that has never been experienced before. The biggest collaboration in Indian cinema is set to deliver a memorable experience!!! (sic)."
The makers also released an intriguing poster of the movie where both the actors can be seen racing against each other.
Fact: Here is the official announcement
Coronavirus: Earlier, the movie was set for release on January 8
Rajamouli's much-awaited big-ticket movie was earlier supposed to be released in January 2021, but it got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Like many other projects, its shooting had also been stalled for months last year.
The team then resumed production of the film in October last year in Hyderabad, while taking the necessary safety precautions for COVID-19.
Fact: The team had recently started shooting the climax
A few days ago, Rajamouli had shared a glimpse from the movie stating that they had commenced shooting the climax sequence. He tweeted, "The CLIMAX shoot has begun! My Ramaraju and Bheem come together to accomplish what they desired to achieve...(sic)."
Movie: A brief about 'RRR'
RRR is a fictionalized tale of the Telugu freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem.
As reported by The News Minute, superstar Chiranjeevi has been signed as the narrator of the film.
Bankrolled by DVV Entertainments, the movie has been produced at an estimated budget of Rs. 450 crore.
The film also features Bollywood actors Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in pivotal roles.
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