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Ram Pothineni suffers a neck injury, putting his RAPO19 shoot on hold

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October 4, 2021

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Tollywood actor Ram Pothineni shares selfie of his neck injury and announcing that filming for his next film has been put on hold. Actor is currently recovering and will return to work once he is fully recovered.

Tollywood Ram Pothineni, a vivacious actor, sprained his neck in a minor accident. The actor is currently transforming for his next film and the film is described as an action thriller directed by Lingusamy. Following his injury, the film’s production was put on hold. Ram is currently recovering and will return to work once he is fully recovered. He is preparing for an action film in which he will appear in two shades. He’s currently working on the other character’s appearance. Krithi Shetty plays the lead role in the film.

His physical appearance is changing. While performing the exercises in this order, he injured his neck. As a result, the shooting came to a halt. On social media, a photo of ram Pothinenui wearing a band-aid around his neck has gone viral. The release date for RAPO19 is also expected to be announced soon. There aren’t many details about his persona available, but the Ram promised that it’ll be something no one has ever seen before. Sharing a photograph on his Instagram handle to tell his fans concerning the damage and #RAPO19 shoot, Ram wrote, “Take a spoil…or take The Destroy! #RAPO19 on.”

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Fans of Ram Pothineni are disappointed to learn that he has sustained a neck injury while undergoing body transformation for his upcoming film RaPo19. In his latest post, fans commented for his speed recovery and wished him for the new film. The star’s injury has gone viral on the internet. All we can say is that Ram gets well soon. For a few days, he is advised to wear cervical collar support. Shooting has been paused and the team stated, “We’ll be back with double the energy.”

The film is said to be bilingual, and production is expected to wrap this year. Ram’s 19th film, which is currently in post-production, will be released next year. Director Shankar, who recently became Ram Charan’s host, paid a surprise visit to Ram Pothineni and Lingusamy’s upcoming film. According to Lingusamy, Chitturi has written a powerful antagonist role, which is why Ram agreed to join the board after the script narration.

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