Alia Bhatt who’s basking within the glory of Brahmastra and ignoring the ‘negativity’ round it solely had a really small function in her SS Rajamouli debut film RRR. Nevertheless, now probably the most sought-after actress in Bollywood has bagged one other mission with the ace filmmaker. If the grapevine is to be believed, after co-starring with Ram Charan and Jr NTR, this time Alia Bhatt will star alongside Mahesh Babu.
Alia Bhatt to star alongside Mahesh Babu in SS Rajamouli film
The identical has been revealed by worldwide Indian movie critic and a member of the Abroad Censor Board Umair Sandhu. “Formally Confirmed! #AliaBhatt lastly signed #SSRajamouli subsequent flick with #MaheshBabu ! #SSMB29 🔥🔥 Shoot will begin after her child born!” he claimed in a tweet.
— Umair Sandhu (@UmairSandu) September 15, 2022
Nevertheless, nothing might be stated to be true until an official announcement is made by SS Rajamouli or Alia Bhatt herself.
In the meantime, SS Rajamouli in contrast his movie with Mahesh Babu with James Bond and Indiana Jones
At an occasion, Rajamouli as per Pinkvilla, stated, “My subsequent movie with Mahesh Babu will probably be a globetrotting motion journey. It’s going to be a form of James Bond or Indiana Jones movie with Indian roots.”
Mahesh Babu known as it a dream come true to work with Rajamouli
“It’s a dream come true for me to work with him. Doing one movie with Rajamouli garu is like taking on 25 movies directly. It’s going to be bodily demanding and I’m actually enthusiastic about it. It’s going to be a pan-India movie. I hope we break many limitations and take our work to audiences throughout the nation,” he stated throughout a media look.
In the meantime, in regards to the Brahmastra unfavourable evaluations, Alia Bhatt was quoted as saying, “So the evaluations that you’re speaking about, that’s their opinion. We simply hope that the positives are greater than the negatives. After the discharge of the movie, it seems to be like it’s extra on the constructive aspect in any other case it might not have performed so properly on the field workplace.”