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Sangati Jogwar

RRR Movie makers today unveiled the first look of Ajay Devgn from the SS Rajamouli-helmed movie to mark his birthday celebrations. The Baahubali director penned, "Empowering his people is his defining characteristic. His strength lies in his emotion. Presenting the poweRRRful avatar of @ajaydevgn in #RRRMovie."


The makers announced yesterday that they will be unveiling the first look of the Singham star on 2nd April. The post said, "Revealing the First Look Motion Poster of #AjayDevgn tomorrow at 12 PM. AJAY DEVGN RRR FL TMRW."

While Ram Charan and Junior NTR are the lead heroes of the flick, according to reports the Bollywood superstar is playing a pivotal role in RRR. Earlier the makers shared the first look of Alia Bhatt as Sita and Ram Charan as Alluri Sitaram Raju on the birthday of these stars.

Now fans are eagerly waiting for the RRR movie makers to unveil the first look of Junior NTR. It is expected that the first look of Taarak in this flick will be unveiled on his birthday on 20th May. The film is all set to release on 13th October 2021 during the Dussehra festival.

Ajay Devgn Has Stopped Promoting RRR Movie on His Social Media Account

Ajay has already completed shooting for the mega movie. While all the other actors including Alia Bhatt are promoting the first look of other stars as well as other promotional posters from the flick, the Tanhaji actor has refrained from doing so. Instead, he is busy promoting The Big Bull starring Ileana D'Cruz and Abhishek Bachchan produced under his banner.


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It is because he is quite upset with SS Rajamouli for setting the release date of RRR very close to his another magnum opus Maidaan. For the B-town superstar, Maidaan bankrolled by Boney Kapoor and team is a very important flick in which he plays the role of a football coach, an entirely different portrayal from his action-packed, run-of-the-mill movies.


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