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James Cameron offered S. S Rajamouli to talk if he ever wants to make a film in Hollywood

Avatar director James Cameron told S. S Rajamouli to get in touch with him if he ever decides to pursue Hollywood.

Published: Saturday,Jan 21, 2023 10:43 AM GMT-07:00
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Veteran filmmaker James Cameron has expressed his admiration for SS Rajamouli's efforts on "RRR" and promised to help the Telugu director if he ever wants to make a movie in Hollywood. At the Critics' Choice Awards (CCA), where RRR won the Best Foreign Language Film and Best Song for the Telugu song "Naatu Naatu," Rajamouli and "RRR" composer MM Keeravani happened to meet Cameron.

The Telugu blockbuster's official Twitter account just uploaded a fresh clip of their brief encounter, in which Cameron advises Rajamouli to get in touch with him if he decides to pursue Hollywood.

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In the clip we can see Cameron saying, "Let's discuss if you ever want to shoot a movie over here". Talking about the film the fictional pre-Independence tale "RRR" (Rise Roar Revolt) centres on Alluri Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem, two real-life Indian rebels of the 1920s (Jr NTR). Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt both make special appearances in the film.

The "Avatar" director also lauded Rajamouli's directing approach and the movie's plot during their conversation. He said, "The setup also Your tale of fire and water disclose following revelation t hen you explain what transpired in the background. They all seem to be set up in a comfortable manner. The reasons behind his actions, the twists and turns, and their camaraderie eventually lead to a situation in which he is unable to even kill the other when he turns around. It is simply incredibly potent."

For the unversed, Rajamouli and Keeravani are both in the US to attend various international award ceremonies where "RRR" is nominated in several categories. The movie recently won a Golden Globe for best original song-motion picture for the track "Naatu Naatu", filmed on Charan and Jr NTR. The track has also made it to Oscar shortlist.

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ChickenSoup 12 days ago People would be laughing their asses off if some shitty Indian filmmaker ever made a film in Hollywood. Only Shekhar Kapur has been successful in Hollywood as a director.
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