Prabhas, Jr NTR, Ram Charan In One Frame In RRR

Wed Jul 21 2021 14:01:24 GMT+0530 (IST)

If reports are to be believed, superstars Prabhas, Ram Charan, and Jr NTR will be seen in one frame in Rajamouli's heavy-duty action drama, RRR. Wonder how? Here is the story.

Apparently, Rajamouli is planning to unveil a special promotional song very soon. This promotional song won't be a part of the film's narrative and it will come during the end credits. But that isn't stopping Rajamouli from filming the song on a large scale. The makers have erected two independent sets just to shoot this promotional video. Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt, and others will be seen in this promotional video.

What is even more interesting is that this video will feature the likes of Prabhas, Ravi Teja, Nithiin, Sunil, and Nani who had previously acted under Rajamouli's direction. This promotional video will feature all the heroes who had previously collaborated with Rajamouli.

If this speculation is to go by, we might get to see Prabhas, Jr NTR, Ram Charan, and others in a single frame which could provide an eye feat to Telugu cinema followers. The video will also feature every single cast and crew member who has worked on RRR. It will be played during the end rolling titles so that the audiences will leave the theaters in a cheerful mood. Rajamouli is taking this promotional video very seriously and he intends to film it on a large scale.

Prabhas, Ravi Teja, Sunil, Nani, and others will be joining the sets of RRR to shoot for this video very soon. The song will be released much in advance of the film's release and it will serve as one of the major promotional material for RRR. Keeravani has already started recording for this song and the likes of Amit Trivedi, Anirudh will be crooning it.

RRR is slated for theatrical release on 13th October this year and the unit is prepping up to commence the forthcoming schedule in Georgia. A crucial song featuring Jr NTR and Ram Charan will be shot in this schedule. The makers will be promoting the film even more aggressively as the release date approaches.