INDIA: RRR’s grand historical tale continues to rule Hollywood. Jon Spaihts, who wrote Hollywood blockbusters like Dune, Doctor Strange, and Passengers, praised the movie, and the feature also claimed second place at The Hollywood Critics Association Midseason Awards 2022.
Now, Aaron Stewart Ahn, a Hollywood director-writer, has praised the movie and expressed his interest in working with Ram Charan.
Aaron Stewart Ahn praises RRR
Another prominent Hollywood director has joined the ranks of RRR’s admirers. The magnum opus of SS Rajamouli enthralled Hollywood director-writer Aaron Stewart Ahn. The renowned director is most known for his 2018 film Mandy and The Witcher: Blood Origin, an upcoming series in his repertoire.
Aaron expresses a desire to develop a film for Ram Charan. He tweeted, “Would love to write a movie for a movie star like Ram Charan, just to work with such a great actor and cinematic presence. But if he works in international productions, he must be the lead! Hollywood usually doesn’t get that. I’m here for more great Indian movies.”
Previously, C. Robert Cargill, screenwriter for Doctor Strange, offered his reaction to RRR on Twitter. The acclaimed screenwriter adored SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus, which he described as “the craziest, most sincere, and weirdest blockbuster.”
RRR spotlight the narrative of two revolutionary freedom fighters from history, Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju, who embarks on the struggle for freedom from the British Raj. The story follows a fictionalized version of these legendary heroes that begins with Britishers forcibly abducting a Gond girl Malli, provoking Bheem to go on the hunt for the Britishers. On the other hand, Ram is an ally or, to put it another way, a hardcore policeman under the domain of the British Raj who is resolute in pursuing his goal.
The tale revolves around what will happen when these two powerful forces collide and who will emerge victoriously.
Jr NTR as Komaram Bheem, a Telangana’s Gond tribal warrior who battled the British Empire and the tyrannical Nizam of Hyderabad. Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju, Andhra Pradesh’s revolutionary leader who launched an armed struggle against the British Raj.
Ajay Devgan as Venkata Rama Raju, Ray Stevenson as Governor Scott Buxton, Shriya Saran as Sarojini, Olivia Morris as Jenny, Makarand Deshpande as Peddanna, and Alia Bhatt as Sita.