SS RajamouliImage Credit source: Instagram
Ray Stevenson Death: south cinema blockbuster movie RRR Actor Ray Stevenson is no more in this world. Ray Stevenson was seen in the role of Villain in RRR. The actor passed away at the age of 58. Ray Stevenson’s publicist shared the sad news with everyone. The exact reason behind the death of the actor has not been revealed yet.
As soon as this news reached SS Rajamouli, he expressed his grief through a tweet. According to the tweet of RRR director SS Rajamouli, this was quite shocking news for him. Which he could not believe. Ray used to bring energy and vibrancy to the sets of the film. Rajamouli has described his experience of working with Ray as a pure joy. While sympathizing with the actor’s family, the director has prayed for the peace of his soul.
Shocking… Just can’t believe this news. Ray brought in so much energy and vibrancy with him to the sets. It was infectious. Working with him was pure joy.
My prayers are with his family. May his soul rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/HytFxHLyZD
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) May 23, 2023
With this post, SS Rajamouli has also shared a smiling picture of himself with Ray Stevenson. This picture is from the set of RRR. Ray Stevenson played the role of Governor Scott in the film. Which depicts the friendship between two revolutionaries and their fight to free their country against the British. His performance as a villain was well received.
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Let me tell you, Ray Stevenson breathed his last on Sunday. The actor will be best remembered for his portrayal of Volstagg in the Marvel Thor films. Ray Stevenson impressed everyone with his strong performances in films like Punisher: War Zone, Kill the Irish Man and RRR. According to the information received, Ray Stevenson was admitted to the hospital even when he was shooting for his upcoming film. The news of the death of Ray Stevenson has given a big blow to the South Industry. The stars are unable to believe that Ray Stevenson is no longer with them.