Ram Charan tore a second-degree ligament before to the filming of “Naatu Naatu”

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Ram Charan, who starred in the historical fiction film “RRR,” stated that he had a second-degree ligament tear before filming the Golden Globe-winning song “Naatu Naatu,” which won two honors at the Critics’ Choice Awards on Monday.

sharing what it was like to film the song in Ukraine. Ram remarked: “Off camera, I was hurt while working on the site. My ACL was torn, and I suffered a ligament tear. A second-degree tear was present. I took three months off from the set.”

And he said to Gold Derby: “When I returned from rehab, we immediately traveled to Ukraine to film the music video for the song “Naatu Naatu.” I was dreading whether or not I would be able to pull it off.”

In regards to the RRR script, he said: “I got the impression of being on an emotional roller coaster and seeing diverse genres come together. It featured action, drama, a small amount of suspense, and musical elements. It was incredibly challenging for him to successfully blend so many genres while still seeming credible.

He added that Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt are two Hollywood actors that he greatly admires. He said, “I never missed a Brad and Tom movie.” They were a role model for me when I was little. Man, they don’t age when you see them again in “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” and “Top Gun: Maverick.” They are identical. They are identical. Tom, has maintained his appearance for 38 years and has only become better, keeping us as fans so close to him.

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