Shruti Haasan (Facebook/SIIMA)
Shruti HaasanFacebook/SIIMA

With Jr NTR's "Ramayya Vastavayya" (RV) nearing its release date, speculations about the film are doing the rounds almost every day.

The latest buzz is that actress Shruti Haasan is playing a negative character in "RV." However, the gorgeous lady has refuted such reports and also cleared the air on her role in the film.

Shruti revealed that she is not doing a negative character, but just makes a special guest appearance in the film. "Contrary to reports I'm not playing a negative role in RVV its a special guest appearance and I hope you all enjoy the film and character!!," Shruti Haasan tweeted.

"Ramayya Vastavayya" is one of the most-awaited Telugu films of 2013. The film, deemed as an action-packed entertainer, has Jr NTR as the male lead. Samantha is cast opposite the actor for the second time after "Brindavanam".

Directed by Harish Shankar of "Gabbar Singh" fame, "RV" is all set to hit the screens on 10 October. Expectations are high for the film as Jr NTR has teamed up with the director for the first time.

The audio and trailer of the Jr NTR starrer was recently released. The songs, composed by Thaman, have already topped the musical charts and the film's trailer too has also received massive response from the audience. Fans are eagerly waiting to see the young tiger of Telugu cinema (Jr NTR) on the silver screen once again this year. "RV" is the actor's second release of 2013 after the block-buster flick "Baadshah", which hit the screens in April.

The film was heading for a big showdown with Pawan Kalyan's "Attarintiki Daredi" at the box office, but the clash was averted as Pawan's film released in advance.

"Attarintiki Daredi" made it to theatres on 27 September and is doing fantastic business in India as well as overseas markets. Even though there is a solid two-week gap for the release of "RV", the film might still face strong competition from Pawan Kalyan's film. It remains to be seen if Jr NTR will be able to recreate his "Baadshah" success.