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Asked about the “RRR” posts that she deleted, Alia Bhatt said: “I didn’t delete them because I didn’t want to hurt Rajamouli and his team

For actor Alia Bhatt, who recently addressed rumours of a rift, starring in the film ‘RRR,’ directed by ace filmmaker SS Rajamouli, was a dream come true.

For actor Alia Bhatt, starring in the film RRR, directed by ace filmmaker SS Rajamouli, was a dream come true. The film was the actor’s first pan-India film, and it has received a positive response from both audiences and critics.

However, there were several rumours circulating on social media about Alia and Rajmouli having a falling out, prompting her to unfollow the director on social media.

Alia clarified the rumours on Instagram after seeing them on social media. She was responding to rumours of a rift between Rajamouli and her.

The actor requested that fans and others not make assumptions based on what she does in an Instagram story clarification. She explained how some people assumed she had deleted RRR posts because of team issues.

Alia Bhatt responds to reports of a rift between her and SS Rajamouli and his team.

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Several media outlets reported that Alia, who appears to be frustrated with the film’s final cut’s limited screen time, had deleted some of the film’s related posts from her Instagram feed. “I sincerely request everyone not to make assumptions based on something as random as an Instagram grid,” she said in response to such claims.

SS Rajamouli
Alia Bhatt

Because I prefer it to look less cluttered, I ALWAYS realign old video posts from my profile grid.”

Following that, the actress who plays Sita in the Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer revealed that she enjoyed every aspect of being a part of the film and playing a role in it, despite the fact that it was time-limited.

“The only reason I’m bothering to clarify this is because Rajamouli sir and the team have put in years of effort and energy to bring this beautiful film to life, and I refuse to let any misinformation around the film and experience slide,” she wrote at the end of the post.

Meanwhile, RRR has been shattering box office records, with the Hindi version earning over Rs 13.50-14 crore on its sixth day of release. The decrease was only 10% from the previous day’s total of Rs 15.02 crore. The total collections would be around Rs 121 crore based on this figure.

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