Hollywood’s ace filmmaker James Cameron and Tollywood’s legendary director SS Rajamouli may collaborate on a Hollywood project? Wouldn’t it be great if they did? Well, Avatar 2’s James Cameron has shown respect towards SS Rajamouli’s masterpiece, RRR. Not only this, he gave his word to the Telugu director to help him if he ever wants to make a Hollywood film. Yes, you read that right!
As we all know, RRR won the best foreign language film and best song awards at the Critics’ Choice Awards. SS Rajamouli and RRR’s composer, MM Keeravani, also met James Cameron at the event.
The legendary Telugu director has shared the latest video on their Twitter handle, which shows a brief conversation between the two. In the video, you will see Cameron asking Rajamouli to connect with him if he ever chooses to follow Hollywood. In this video, you will see Cameron saying, “Let’s talk if you ever wish to film a movie over here.”
James Cameron also said THIS about Rajamouli’s RRR
Jame Cameron couldn’t stop praising Rajamouli’s directing strategy and the film’s storyline during their meeting at the award ceremony. He said, “The arrangement when you explain what transpired in the backdrop, your story of fire and water elicits the following insight. They all appear to be adequately established. The reasons for his acts, the unforeseen twists and turns, and their companionship all culminate in a circumstance in which he is unable to even kill the other when he turns around. It is just really powerful..”
Have a look at the video of their conversation here:
— RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) January 21, 2023
For the uninitiated, RRR is a fictional pre-independence drama that revolves around two men, Alluri Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR), a true Indian revolutionary from the 1920s. It also has Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in cameo roles.
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