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Ram Charan for RRR: All credit goes to the direction and writing, thanks to Salman Khan Ji for his tweet

Recently Ram Charan who is basking in the success of his film RRR responded to Salman Khan's tweet about his desire to see a Hindi director create a pan-Indian movie.

Published: Monday,Apr 11, 2022 12:52 PM GMT-06:00
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Since its release, SS Rajamouli's film RRR has been creating a buzz all over the globe. The film has made and broken many records and is soaring high at the box office. Starting from the audience to influential people in the industry, everyone has hailed the director and the actors for their performance in the film. Recently even Salman Khan took to his Twitter account and talked about the film. 

Responding to the tweet, Mega Power Star Ram Charan said,

"I want a director from Hindi cinema to make a pan-Indian film which caters to even the South. Salman (Khan) tweeted saying, I really love Ram, Rajamouli, and Tarak’s work but why are our films not being appreciated in the South. It is so candid and honest of him to say that but I believe it is not Salman ji’s fault or some film’s fault, it is the writing; it is the director who has to transcend these boundaries of ‘hamara movie idhar hi dekhenge, hamara movie udhar hi dekhenge'. Every writer should write movies like Vijayendra Prasad (RRR) or Rajamouli and say ‘believe in it’.

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RRR, directed by SS Rajamouli, is wreaking mayhem at the box office, having surpassed the Rs 1000 crore mark worldwide. The movie, featuring Jr NTR and Ram Charan, is a smashing success. For the past two weeks, RRR has had a fantastic theatrical run.

RRR, instructed by SS Rajamouli, was released in theatres on March 25 after being delayed several times. The film has been released on thousands of screens around the world.

RRR is a piece of fiction based on the lives of freedom fighters Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem, respectively played by Ram Charan and Jr NTR.

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