Not so long ago, the RRR team - SS Rajamouli, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, NTR Jr, Ram Charan were seen spreading awareness regarding COVID-19 in multiple languages. Alia Bhatt recently took to her Instagram account to share an IGTV where they all are seen appealing to Indians to unite and stop the spread of COVID-19 as the health condition of India deteriorates. The actors delivered the message in Telugu (spoken by Alia), Tamil (spoken by Ram Charan), Kannada (spoke by Jr NTR), Malayalam (spoken by Rajamouli), and Hindi (spoken by Ajay) while requesting people to wear masks, to use sanitisers and get vaccinated.
Even though the message spoken is pretty strong and impactful, fans observed something else and they can’t seem to get over it. Well, fans are completely taken aback to hear Alia speak Telugu fluently. Considering that she comes from a non-speaking Telugu background, netizens feel Alia’s speaking in that language was absolutely fab. A fan wrote, “So good to hear you speaking Telugu” while another also praised the Kalank actor for the same as he wrote, “You are soo good in talking Telugu well done. Stay safe everyone.” Given the fact that RRR will also be releasing in multiple languages, we already got a glimpse of how Alia’s Telugu lingo will sound like in the film and now, we certainly can’t seem to wait to watch the film.
In the video message, the RRR team said, “The second wave of Coronavirus infections has been spreading rapidly, and we are witnessing a huge number of spikes in Covid cases across the country. We united and successfully fought Covid-19 together last year. Once again, the time has come to unite and fight again.” They further say, “Step out only if it’s very necessary. Take a pledge to wear a mask and get vaccinated for ourselves, for our family, for our friends, for our country.”
RRR aka Rise Roar Revolt in Hindi is still in the making and it is expected to hit the theatres on October 13, 2021. ALSO READ: Will Ramcharan Teja-Alia Bhatt-NTR Jr Starrer RRR Release On Schedule? Rajamouli's Magnum Opus May Get Pushed To 2022
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