Meet the top 5 newsmakers of the week from down South

SS Rajamouli starts the shooting of RRR, Vijay Sethupathi’s Seethakaathi trailer

While Bollywood is enjoying the wedding season, the south industry has made this week happening by revealing some interesting first looks of their ventures along with some sweet surprises and birthday celebrations. With their impressive looks, they have grabbed our attention and promised us that in 2019, we will witness some out-of-the-box concepts. But for us, the highlight of the week, #Baahubali helmer #SSRajamouli kickstarting the shooting of his upcoming venture #RRR with #RamCharan and #JrNTR. So, let’s check out the newsmakers, who grabbed the headlines.

Well, this is not only the biggest news of the week but of the year, at least for the south industry. Master filmmaker SS Rajamouli, who gave us the biggest Indian blockbuster with Baahubali, kickstarted the shoot of his upcoming epic with Ram Charan and Jr NTR. The film is made on a whopping budget of Rs 300 crore and is tentatively titled RRR.

Vijay Sethupathi’s master act in Seethakaathi trailer

After a lot of anticipation, the makers of #VijaySethupathi’s #Seethakaathi released the trailer of the film and the actor bowled us over with his brilliant act as an aged actor. The film has already crossed 4 million views and is set to hit the screens on December 20.

#Nayanthara’s look from #Chiranjeevi’s #SyeRaaNarasimhaReddy

On the occasion of Nayanthara’s 34th birthday, the makers of Chiranjeevi-starrer Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy released the actress’ look and in no time her beautiful Sidhamma became internet’s favourite.

Allu Arjun celebrates daughter Arha’s 2nd birthday in Goa

Telugu star #AlluArjun celebrated his little munchkin #Arha’s second birthday along with family in Goa. Looking at the picture, we must say that the actor is a doting father.

2.0 beats Baahubali 2 to become the biggest Indian release

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With 7500 screens, #AkshayKumar-#Rajinikanth starrer 2.0 became the biggest release in the history of Indian cinema beating #Baahubali2, which had 6400 screens.

Article by bollywoodlife.com

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