After a big win at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the masterpiece “RRR” is roaring around the world as well as its box office success. With the film’s continued buzz and success, the director of ‘RRR’ has made a strong statement that ‘RRR’ movies are not Bollywood productions.
According to Republic World, the director attended a screening with the Directors Guild of America, where SS Rajamouli said, “RRR is not a Bollywood movie, it’s a Telugu movie from South India, where I’m from. Instead of stopping the film to provide music and dance, let the story move forward.”
He added, “I just use those elements to move the story forward… At the end of the movie, if I said it didn’t feel like three hours, I’d say I’m a successful filmmaker.” I know.
RRR’s smash hit “Naatu Naatu” recently won Best Original Song at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The song celebrates the spirit of friendship and dance with the film’s main characters, including Ram Charan, in the film. Junior NTR.
Composed by veteran musician MM Keeravani and written by Kala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj, the energetic song beat out rivals such as Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift.
Directed by SS Rajamouli, ‘RRR’ was released on 25th March and was a huge box office hit, grossing over Rs 1.2 crore, and was well received by critics and moviegoers alike.
Also featuring cameo appearances by Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt, the story of ‘RRR’ is set in the pre-independence era of India and tells the story of a fearless warrior confronting a steel policeman serving the British army.