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Rajamouli decides it for NTR not for Ram Charan

Rajamouli decides it for NTR not for Ram CharanIn the month of December, SS Rajamouli wrapped up the first schedule of his upcoming big budget drama RRR. Recently reported that the second schedule of RRR will be started from 21st January. A special set is being erected in the outskirts of Hyderabad. Both Mega Power Star Ram Charan and Young Tiger Jr NTR will be participated in this shoot schedule. The sources close to the film unit reveal that Rajamouli has decided Jr NTR’s rugged look and he will be turning on his beast mode as many high voltage action episodes and key aggressive scenes will be shot on him. The sources also added that the role of Ram Charan is kept secrete by Rajamouli.

When it comes to fitness, Jr NTR can give any actor a run for their money. The young and talented actor is always pushing himself, transforming himself and getting better each time. This time, once again Rajamouli has brought  fitness trainer Llyod Stevens for Jr NTR.

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 Earlier during the shoot of Trivikram Srinivas’s Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava, when Llyod Stevens shared a pic of Jr NTR working out. His ripped muscles had fans going gaga! Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh ‘beastin’ comment was an apt description.

This is not the first time Young Tiger Jr NTR will be physically transforming though. The actor went through a massive workout routine a decade ago to lose some pounds for Rajamouli’s 2007 film, Yamadonga.

Rajamouli’s film RRR starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer was launched on 11th November and the grand event was attended by megastar Chiranjeevi, veteran filmmaker K Raghavendra, Young rebel Star Prabhas and Rana Daggubati among others.

 On the other-side, Ram Charan was last seen in Boyapati Srinu’s directorial venture Vinaya Vidheya Rama, in which Kiara Advani played the female lead. Though everyone is appreciating the performance of Ram Charan  but the collection rate of the film is below par at the box office.



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