The NewsYet – Here’s how much SS Rajamouli will shell out to film action sequences for Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer RRR – PINKVILLA
The NewsYet –
RRR starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR will hit the screens on July 30, 2020 and the film is helmed by SS Rajamouli.
Ever since filmmaker SS Rajamouli has announced his next film RRR, featuring Ram Charan and Jr NTR, fans have been counting days to its release. Besides South superstars, RRR, which is a period action film, also starsAlia BhattandAjay Devgnin supporting roles. Clearly, RRR is one of the most anticipated releases of next year and the film will hit the screens on July 30, 2020. While there is still time for the film to hit the screens, the shooting of RRR is going on in full swing and the cast and crew of RRR has been shooting at different locations.
The film went on floors last year in December, and given the fact that filmmaker SS Rajamouli is behind the lens, needless to say that the film will have massive and larger-than-life sets. In the latest, it is being reported that for a massive action sequence to be filmed, the team of RRR prepared for six months and trained with hundreds of fighters, to get the best action on screen. “The high-end action-filled segment will be filmed in a two-month-long single schedule. Both the leads will be seen fighting alongside 2,000 men in it. This will be one of the many highlights of the movie,” as quoted by DNA.
Not just this, according to a report, the budget of this action sequence is approximately Rs 45 crore and well, we are sure that SS Rajamouli is working hard towards it so that cinephiles are treated to something extraordinary and never seen on camera before. “It will be a huge set with all the splendour. Hundred foreigners are an integral part of the scene, as are both the actors and the crew,” said the source. It’s expected to be completed by next month,” reports suggested. RRR is made on a humongous budget of Rs 350-400 crores, and the film will showcase the grandeur set up like Baahubali. RRR will release worldwide on July 30, 2020, in ten Indian languages simultaneously.