RRR is a SS Rajamouli directorial. The flick stars an ensemble cast of Alia Bhatt, Jr NTR, Ram Charan And Shriya Saran in pivotal roles. Now, the first song from the multilingual film is out, titled ‘Janani’. After creating a tremendous buzz the song, Janani is already making headlines and the song defines its title to the fullest and you can’t afford to miss the video
SS Rajamouli is a household name after the nationwide Bahubali movie series had registered itself in the minds of its viewers. Hence, all the viewers and industry people are awaiting the release of the flick RRR. As the actors of the film, namely Alia Bhatt, Jr NTR, Ram Charan And Shriya Saran continue to raise the excitement, the makers of the historical, epic film have released the first song from the film, titled Janani.
The song is out now on YouTube and it is surely standing true to all its standards. The Hindi version of the song ‘Janani’ stands out in many ways. The makers have captioned the song as ‘The SOUL anthem’ of the entire film and it has surely upped the excitement of all its audiences.
Reportedly, the track, Janani, will feature all close-up shots of the actors. The song starts with a slow tune of a piano and the quote of the music composer of Janani, MM Kreem flashes on the screen. Followed by that, the close-up shots from leading actors Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Jr NTR and Ram Charan gets displayed on the screen.
Ram Charan starts the video and we can see that he is running and we see him dressed in a red uniform. We can agree that every bit of the song is emotionally stirring and as SS Rajamouli called it, the song literally looks like the ‘Soul of the film’. Meanwhile, Ajay Devgn and Jr NTR give the audiences visuals that are unmissable. Alia Bhatt too, can be seen holding a little amount of dry sand in her hand and holding it close to her heart. Alia Bhatt will surely give you goose bumps as the anthem continues to play in the backdrop.
The anthem, Janani translates to ‘Maa’ or mother and every bit of the video highlights the importance and glory of mothers in our lives. However, the film, RRR, teaches the value of ‘Dharti Maa’ or our beloved mother earth and how we should never forget its position in our lives.
‘Janani’ is not just a song but it has left us excited for the film and we can’t afford to miss any updates from the megastar movie. Reportedly, RRR co-stars Olivia Morris, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Samuthirakani, and Rahul Ramakrishna. The film is scheduled to be released in the theatres in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi on January 7, 2022.