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Young Tiger To Join RRR Regular Shoot

The most talented young star hero Taarak has finished his family tour in Dubai and landed in Hyderabad to get back to his work. His associates reveal this hero’s upcoming schedules.Taarak is rendering his responsibilities to his personal family life these days. After completing a quick first schedule of the mega nandamuri multistarrer RRR, he escaped to Dubai with his wife and children.

From Thursday onwards, this Young tiger will join the regular shooting of RRR and will continue working restlessly for more than two months in a row. This will be the longest schedule ever for his portion of the project and makers keen on finishing most of his part in this long schedule. The makers also shooting crucial scenes of Ram Charan in parallel to save the production time. The flick will be completed in advance to give the final cut to the special effects companies.The producer DVV Danayya who is investing big trusting the visionary maker Rajamouli’s script is hopeful to release it for 2020’s Sankranthi. The female leads are yet to be finalized and MMKeeravani is scoring the music for this pre-Independence era’s periodic drama.

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