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SS Rajamouli: NTR looked like a roaring tiger while shooting for RRR in Bulgaria 

RRR, after many delays, is all set to release on March 25

Published: 09th February 2022
Ram Charan, SS Rajamouli, and Jr NTR

RRR, directed by SS Rajamouli, is one of the much-anticipated films of the year. The film after many hiccups is finally releasing on March 25. The film has Ram Charan and Jr NTR in the lead roles. The whole team is busy promoting the film with events and interviews. In one such recent interaction, the film's director SS Rajamouli has heaped praise on the film's lead actors. The director compared the Telugu star to a roaring tiger. 

Talking about Jr NTR, SS Rajamouli said, "We made him run barefoot in the dense forests of Bulgaria. That shot was for Tarak's (Jr Ntr) introductory shot in RRR. He ran like a tiger. That is the only way I can possibly define his ferociousness."

On the other hand, while talking about Ram Charan, the Eega director said, "After wrapping up a shot with Ram Charan, I had tears in my eyes."

Rajamouli, who also has become closer to the duo, said that he now shares a special bond with Jr NTR and Ram Charan, which was what made it more special to shoot with them.

RRR features Jr NTR in the role of the revolutionary Gond hero Komaram Bheem. On the other hand, Ram Charan plays Alluri Sitarama Raju, who is one of the unsung heroes during the freedom struggle in India.

The film also stars Alia Bhat and Ajay Devgn, who are making their foray into Tollywood. It also has Tamil actor Samuthirakani in a pivotal role. MM Keeravani has composed music for the film.

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