Ahead of the release of Ram and Junior NTR’s RRR, a movie theater in Andhra Pradesh has installed barbed wire in front of the screen to prevent moviegoers from approaching it.
A few days before the release of SS Rajamouli‘s film R.R.R. Have applied The theater officials took this decision when Pushpa was shown there and the screen got damaged due to the huge crowd.
RRR, a fictional story inspired by Telugu freedom fighters Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, explores a blind spot in history for a cinematic show and will hit theaters on March 25. They include Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt, Jr. NTR, and Ajay Devgn.
Andhra Pradesh | A film theatre in Srikakulam puts up barbed wires & fences to prevent viewers from getting too close to screen, ahead of screening of film RRR
Surya Theatre incharge says, “Two top stars are going to be cast in the same film, whole theatre will be very chaotic.” pic.twitter.com/HBBoJEKbBD
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“Two top stars, NTR and Ram Charan are going to be cast in the same film, the whole theatre will be very chaotic,” Surya, in-charge of the theater, told ANI. He added, “The previous administration faced a lot of difficulties due to fans. RRR has two top actors who have a massive fan following. Earlier when Pushpa was being screened here, due to heavy crowd the screen got damaged. That’s why we’re putting up this fencing.”
This is Alia’s first film with SS Rajamouli. Talking about why he chose her for the film, SS Rajamouli said that she was ready to cast Gangubai Kathiawadi star as she was suitable for the role of Sita. “On the outside, Alia appears fragile and soft, but as her interior she has a very strong character. I wanted someone like her to play the role of Sita as someone who could balance out the fire and water of Charan and Taarak’s characters in the film,” he told PTI.
The Telugu film was to hit theaters on January 7, 202. However, it was postponed amid growing cases of corona virus in the country and concerns over the Omicron variant. RRR’s release date has been postponed several times coronavirus pandemic.