We have a new high-profile name who is in love with 'RRR' and it is none other than James Cameron! Yes, you read that right, the 'Avatar' director absolutely loved the movie, so much so, that he ended up watching the Indian film, not once but twice. After winning the Critics Choice Awards for Best Foreign Film and Best Song, Rajamouli shared a picture with James Cameron, and revealed the conversation he had with him.
Taking to Twitter, Rajamouli wrote: "The great James Cameron watched RRR.. He liked it so much that he recommended to his wife Suzy and watched it again with her. Sir, I still cannot believe you spent a whole 10 minutes with us analyzing our movie. As you said I AM ON TOP OF THE WORLD... Thank you both."
See SS Rajamouli's post here:
The great James Cameron watched RRR.. He liked it so much that he recommended to his wife Suzy and watched it again with her.— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) January 16, 2023
Sir I still cannot believe you spent a whole 10 minutes with us analyzing our movie. As you said I AM ON TOP OF THE WORLD... Thank you both pic.twitter.com/0EvZeoVrVa
Last week, Rajamouli had shared pictures with Steven Spielberg and he captioned the post as: "I just met GOD!!!"
I just met GOD!!! pic.twitter.com/NYsNgbS8Fw— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) January 14, 2023
'RRR' is on a roll in the West, and the movie is mounting quite a campaign for the Oscars 2023.
Rajamouli's 'RRR' won the Best Song award for 'Naatu Naatu' and Best Foreign Language Film at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday.
The movie, however, missed out on the Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Visual Effects awards.
'RRR' had earlier won at the Golden Globes in the Best Original Song category for 'Naatu Naatu'.
'RRR’, starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR, has bagged various international awards including Rajamouli’s Best Director award by the New York Film Critics Circle. It also won the Saturn Award for Best International Film.
The National Board of Review named ‘RRR’ as one of its 10 best films of the year. The movie’s music director MM Keeravani recently bagged the Los Angeles Film Critics Association award for the best music score.
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