Etthara Jenda by RRR: This Ram Charan, Jr NTR song is the album's weakest link.

MM Keeravaani composed the RRR song Etthara Jenda, which stars Jr NTR, Ram Charan, and Alia Bhatt.

"Etthara Jenda," the film's "celebration anthem," was published on Monday by the film's creators. The song's music video stars Jr NTR, Ram Charan, and Alia Bhatt. The three is seen paying homage to independence warriors.

The music video for "Etthara Jenda," on the other hand, is nothing to write home about. While Jr NTR and Ram Charan, whose chemistry was the centrepiece of the trailer and the song "Naatu Naatu," fall flat, Alia Bhatt is an outcast.

MM Keeravaani penned "Etthara Jenda." Vishal Mishra, Prudhvi Chandra, MM Keeravaani, Sahithi Chaganti, and Harika Narayan sing the song.

Alia Bhatt makes her Telugu film debut with RRR. It's her first time working with SS Rajamouli, Jr NTR, and Ram Charan.

SS Rajamouli had stated in an interview with that Ram Charan and Jr NTR "suit the characters to the T."

"I needed an actor who could be calm even if there was a volcano breaking in his heart for Ram, and that is fundamentally what Charan is, not just Ram in my film." And for Bhim, I wanted a strong character who is also really innocent at heart and can't hide any of his emotions. "These are their main traits as people," he remarked.

Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn have longer appearances in the film, according to the director.

Rajamouli remarked of their parts, "If we look at RRR as a body, then Ajay sir's character in the film is its spirit." And we know that there are two forces, two powerhouses in the film, and if there is one person who must balance them, who has the skill and strength to contain them, it is Sita, played by Alia Bhatt."

RRR will be released in theatres on March 25.