Real reason why SS Rajamouli, Jr NTR and Ram Charan’s RRR is postponed [EXCLUSIVE]

The dark cycle of delays that hit the film industry across languages ​​courtesy of COVID-19 is slated to rear its ugly head once again in the form of the new Omicron version. It is the first Bollywood film and the first Indian film in general to be a victim of Shahid Kapoor And Mrinal Thakur‘s jersey, without confirming its next release date. and now, director SS Rajamouli The eagerly awaited epic, RRR, starring Junior NTR, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn And Alia BhattReleased just a week after Jersey, is the next film to bite the dust as the new year 2022 begins with the devastating news of the film being postponed, with no clarity on its next release date. Also read- RRR: Ram Charan, Jr NTR and Alia Bhatt starrer interval scene cost heavily – find out

Taking to his official Twitter handle, the lead producer of RRR, DVV Entertainment wrote: “Despite our relentless efforts, some situations are beyond our control. As many Indian states are shutting down theatres, we have all your excitement to sustain. Left with no option but to say no. We had promised to bring back The Glory of Indian Cinema, and at the right time, we will. Keeping in mind the best interests of all parties involved, we are determined to postpone our film. Our heartfelt thanks to all the fans & viewers for their unconditional love. #RRRP postponed #RRRMovie.” Check out the tweet below: Also read- Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt return to Mumbai after safari in Africa; The couple’s fresh look hints at a well-spent free space—see photos

Well, a well-placed source within the industry has now exclusively revealed to BollywoodLife that part of the official tweet from the makers of RRR, where they mentioned, “Keeping in mind the best interests of all the parties involved, Refers to Pen India Limited, the Hindi version distributor of RRR, headed by Jayantilal Gada Apparently the pan-India film’s release has largely developed cold feet as they believe that theaters in Maharashtra are likely to be shut at the earliest. Also read- Singham 3, Maidan, Runway 34 and more: These upcoming films of Ajay Devgn to release in 2022

Also considering that cinema halls in Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida are already closed, as well as the fate of another big Bollywood film like 83, our source adds that Pen Movies’ Jayantila Gada believes was that RRR was headed for massive losses in the Hindi belt, even though it made money in other sectors, which would have directly impacted its investments. So, even though SS Rajamouli and DVV Danayya Despite DVV Entertainment’s new 50% theatrical norm in Tamil Nadu set to release RRR, convinced that their film was still a box office hit, they acceded to their business partner’s insistence on the film.

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