SS Rajamouli is the most successful director in the history of Indian cinema. His imagination is something that cannot be put into words because he turns his imagination into art or a masterpiece, which ultimately ends up in the bigger picture i.e. in the theatres.
The fans from every nook and corner of the country know who SS Rajamouli is because of the directorial acumen that he brings to the table. So far, fans have enjoyed watching his movies. The likes of Baahubali 1, and Baahubali 2, RRR became the major talking point across the world.
The audience from overseas too enjoyed watching his films and have often given positive reviews. This sums up the essential SS Rajamouli for you! He would go on to direct more successful movies in the future.
RRR bagged the Golden Globes Award 2023 in the Best Original Song category for ‘Naatu Naatu’. Directed by SS Rajamouli, the Magnum Opus stars Ram Charan Teja, NTR Jr., Alia Bhatt, and Ajay Devgn in the lead roles. Several celebrities took to social media and lauded RRR team.
Hollywood actress calls RRR a Bollywood movie, gets slammed by netizens
Meanwhile, a Hollywood actress by the name of Jane Fonda went on to call RRR a Bollywood film and got slammed by netizens. She took to Instagram and wrote, “On the complete opposite extreme of the last film I recommended, “To Leslie,” here’s another new one that took me by surprise: RRR, an Indian movie that’s short-listed in the Best Foreign Film category. It’s a combination of Indiana Jones, a serious film about imperialism, and Bollywood. I was transfixed. @rrrmovie”
As soon as Jane Fonda shared the post, fans started to slam her for calling Jr NTR and Ram Charan starrer a Bollywood movie. A user wrote, “It’s Tollywood but we can stick to Indian,” while another user wrote, “Not Bollywood, though. Bollywood refers to Hindi language movies.”
Another user commented, “This is a Tollywood film, nothing like Indiana Jones ma’am. The lead roles are depicted of our freedom fighters who died fighting for the country’s freedom.”
A fourth user wrote, “Not Bollywood. Please. Indian is fine,” another user then commented, “It’s a remarkable movie! But sorry to say, it’s not Bollywood.”