American writer heaps praise on Indian film industry, wants Hollywood to make a movie as good as RRR

It is no secret that SS Rajamouli’s directorial, RRR turned out to be an epic blockbuster. The movie was well received by the audiences not just in South India but from every nook and corner of the world.

The movie features two big actors namely Ram Charan and Jr NTR. These two actors delivered the goods ever so well and drew plaudits for their exceptional acting skills. The “Nattu Nattu” song won an Oscar, in what was the first Indian song to receive the prestigious award.

RRR went on to smash more records and became one of the biggest masterpieces of Indian cinema this year. The movie was so good that it was received well even by overseas audiences.

Notably, acclaimed Hollywood director-writer Aaron Stewart Ahn, who is well-known for his works in Mandy (2018) and The Witcher: Blood Origin (2022) took to his official Twitter handle and expressed his wish to write a movie for Ram Charan.

He further highlighted that Ram Charan must work on international projects as the lead. Meanwhile, Chris Gore, a writer, comedian, author and television personality, reserved the highest respect for SS Rajamouli’s directorial.

“RRR is the most entertaining movie of 2022. I can’t wait to see it again this weekend. And why haven’t you seen it yet?,” Chris Gore wrote on Twitter.

“I am a filmmaker. My job is to make films. When something excites you, a story or characterization you immediately forget about everything else. You only think how to make a movie out of it, the economics come only later. You shouldn’t let money dictate the kind of films you should make.”

He further added, “It’s unfortunate that filmmaking is the most expensive art form. Even if you make a film on your iPhone, at some point you’re going to have to do a professional sound mix, you’re going to have to use color correction, you’re going to have to spend some money to market the film. Even movies at a low budget level money is sort of the unspoken producer of every movie.

“That’s why when you see the movies with the highest budgets many times they appeal to everyone and no one and don’t exactly leave you with any sort of lasting impression. I think money is always the unspoken producer and in addition money is for many beginning filmmakers an excuse to not make a movie so I feel like you need to kind of set all those excuses aside, find out what your baseline level budget is to tell a story and if there’s a way to do it leap right in. But now you have to tell me who said this. I don’t know,” he added.