RRR Is Not Bollywood Film, Rajamouli Makes BIG Statement Amid Golden Globe Win for Naatu Naatu
At the RRR screening with Directors Guild of America recently, SS Rajamouli stated that his magnum opus is ‘no longer a Bollywood film’.
Amid a big victory at the eightieth Golden Globes and sturdy Oscar buzz, filmmaker SS Rajamouli has made a huge statement, saying that his acclaimed magnum opus RRR is not a Bollywood film. Rajamouli become talking on the screening of his film with the Directors Guild of America these days. RRR, starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR, tells the tale of a fearless warrior who comes face to face with a steely cop serving British forces in an epic saga set in pre-independent India.
“RRR is not a Bollywood film, it is a Telugu movie from the south of India wherein I come from, however I use the tune to move the tale ahead rather than stopping the film and giving you a bit of tune and dance,” Rajamouli turned into quoted as saying with the aid of Republicworld.Com. “I simply use those factors to move to tale forward… If at the end of the movie, in case you say I didn’t feel it like 3 hours, then I know I am a a success filmmaker,” the director added.
Most recently, Naatu Naatu, the foot-tapping hit from SS Rajamouli’s RRR, received the Best Song (Motion Picture) award at the 80th Golden Globes. The song, which celebrates the spirit of dance and friendship between RRR lead stars Ram Charan and Jr NTR’s characters, beat out opposition from the likes of Tylor Swift, Rihanna and Lady Gaga to sign in a win at the Golden Globes.
Naatu Naatu has additionally been shortlisted inside the Original Song class for the 95th Academy Awards, and Ram Charan has said that if the movie wins the Oscar, he and Jr NTR will likely dance on degree as nicely. The Telugu song Naatu Naatu is composed by veteran tune director MM Keeravani and sung through Kala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj.