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Alia Bhatt received a warm welcome from SS Rajamouli as she joined the RRR star cast. Sharing the welcome message on Twitter, the Baahubali director wrote, "A very warm welcome to our dearest #Sita, the supremely talented and beautiful @Aliaa08 on to the sets of #RRRMovie!"

The message is proof that the famous director is very happy that Aaloo is going to be a part of his movie and is confident of her talent. 


  A few days ago pictures of Alia Bhatt at the airport taking a flight to Hyderabad went viral. The actress herself shared her click in transit ready to join the shooting of RRR.



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Earlier the team of RRR wrapped up a shooting schedule in Mahabaleshwar. Now Junior NTR, Alia Bhatt, and SS Rajamouli will shoot the next portion of the movie in Hyderabad.

Alia Bhatt Literally Begged To Be a Part of SS Rajamouli's Project

The Gully Boy actress in her earlier interview said that she literally begged SS Rajamouli to make her a part of his movie when she met him at an airport. Talking to India Today, Alia said, "I had bumped into Rajamouli sir at an airport and I begged him that whatever part he has (for me) I will do it. That time he had not cast for the girl yet."

Alia clearly stated to Rajamouli that she would make her dates available whatever schedule he plans. And that is how the Brahmastra actress got the role of Sita in RRR. Incidentally, there are a few South Indian fans who are not happy with this decision of Rajamouli Sir.


They believe that since there is a lot of negativity around Aaloo triggered after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the director instead should have taken a South Indian actress for the role of Sita.



Apart from RRR, Alia Bhatt will also be seen in Brahmastra with Ranbir Kapoor, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Gangubai Kathiawadi, and a dark comedy movie produced by Shah Rukh Khan.



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