RRR: Alia Bhatt's FIRST LOOK As Sita Will Release On Her Birthday; Fans Can't Keep Calm

The first look of Alia Bhatt from SS Rajamouli's RRR will release on actress' birthday

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RRR: Alia Bhatt's FIRST LOOK As Sita Will Release On Her Birthday; Fans Can't Keep Calm
Alia Bhatt is soon going to make her debut in South cinema with SS Rajamouli's RRR. The film that also stars Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Ajay Devgn is one big film that is highly anticipated. Now, details of Alia Bhatt's character in the film have been revealed. As per the latest update, Alia Bhatt will be seen as Sita in the film. The first look featuring Alia will release on her birthday, i.e., March 15. Fans are super excited to see Alia as Sita in this one.

The official Instagram account of the film released the news stating, "Meet our #Sita in all her glory. First look of @aliaabhatt will be revealed on March 15, 11 AM. #RRRMovie #RRR." Alia also shared the same on her Insta stories with many hearts. Fans are unable to keep calm and are expressing their excitement over the same. "Super Excited," "Can't Wait" and "Oh my god" say majority of comments on this post. 

March 15 marks Alia Bhatt's birthday and it is going to be really special to see her in the avatar of Sita. Take a look at the announcement here.

Talking about the birthday, it was recently reported that Alia Bhatt's birthday plans have been cancelled as boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor tested positive for Coronavirus. Etimes quoted “Alia takes the test nearly every day and today also she has tested negative but has still isolated herself. Ranbir Kapoor caught the virus on the sets of ‘Brahmastra’ and is recovering currently." Alia also underwent COVID-19 test but she tested negative as stated by reports. She resumed work soon. (Also Read: Alia Bhatt To Shoot A Big Song Sequence For RRR, May Sing It Too - EXCLUSIVE)


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