SS Rajamouli announces next film starring Telugu superstars Ram Charan, Jr NTR; film may get wrapped up by 2018
SS Rajamouli reportedly plans to wrap up the Jr NTR and Ram Charan-starrer by the end of the year so that he can begin shooting with Mahesh Babu.
After much speculation, Baahubali director SS Rajamouli officially announced his film on Thursday through an interesting video which revealed that he will be team up with Telugu superstars Jr NTR and Ram Charan for his untitled next.
Both Jr NTR and Charan recently visited Los Angeles, USA for a special photoshoot for Rajamouli's multi-starrer. Rajamouli is reportedly planning to wrap up the film before December 2018 and has asked bulk dates of close to four months from both NTR and Ram Charan.
Also, reports are rife that Samantha Ruth Prabhu, who is busy shooting for the official Tamil-Telugu bilingual remake of Kannada film U-Turn, is the leading choice of Rajamouli to play one of the female leads.
While Rajamouli had admitted in a media interaction during Busan International Film Festival that his next will be with DVV Entertainment Production though he was then clueless about the cast and language it will be made in. He also added that he will start shooting for KL Narayana's production starring Mahesh Babu post his next in 2019.
He also candidly admitted in another interview that his Baahubali actor Prabhas is not in his next film as they desperately "need a break" after shooting for five consecutive years together.
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