Ever since Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu revived the long-forgotten multi-starrer trend in Telugu, several top heroes have shed their inhibitions and are ready to share the screen space with other heroes.
Like never before, three big multi-starrers are set to hit the floors this year. Nagarjuna-Nani’s yet to be titled multi-starrer and Venkatesh-Varun Tej’s F2 (Fund and Frustration) had already finished the pooja ceremony.
But, the biggest multi-starrer for which the entire Tollywood is waiting with bated breath is NTR-Ram Charan’s tentatively titled #RRR directed by S.S. Rajamouli. The movie is still in the pre-production stages and likely to go on floors by the end of this year.
There were several speculations that the movie is based on sports backdrop, and as per the latest updates, the movie is set in 1985 Olympics backdrop. It’s also buzzed that NTR would play a boxer while Ram Charan plays the Jockey in the movie. However, an official announcement is yet to be made.
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