Ram Charan has been making headlines ever since his newest film RRR was launched on March 25. The movie which additionally starred Jr NTR, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn has turn into one of many largest blockbusters of all time. Amid all this, Ram Charan not too long ago graced the wreath-laying ceremony of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. Ram Charan was invited because the chief visitor on the occasion organised by the Government of India at Veerula Sanku Samarak at Parade Grounds, Hyderabad.
The occasion is being held to commemorate 75 years of Indian independence and pay tribute to the fallen conflict heroes who sacrificed their lives for the nation.
Ram Charan impressed the 800 to 900 college students, War veterans, Army troopers, Gallantry Award Winners and Media professionals who attended the occasion along with his profound phrases. He requested the scholars to recollect how Army officers courageous the cruel climate from all corners of our nation in order that we sit right here peacefully and get on with our day-to-day actions. “It gives me immense pride to see a man or woman in any uniform. In the 14 films I have done so far, I have directly or indirectly played some roles where I have worn the Police uniform- Dhruva, Zanjeer and the most recent RRR. I am standing here today only because you all fought for us,” he stated in the course of the occasion.
During the occasion, Ram Charan was seen wearing a black kurta. He was noticed barefoot together with a saffron material in his fingers. For the unversed, the RRR actor is observing a 41-day-long Ayyappa Deeksha. It is a Hindu ritual that’s practiced by Ram Charan and his father Chiranjeevi with out fail. Devotees of Swamy Ayyappa observe the 41 days earlier than visiting Sabarimala temple in Kerala. During this era, they put on all black garments and stroll barefoot.
Meanwhile, speaking about Ram Charan’s film RRR, on Friday, commerce analyst Taran Adarsh reported that the movie has collected over Rs 1100 crore worldwide to date.