‘Mera Bharat mahan! Jai Hind’: Rajamouli after RRR’s wins at Critics Selection Awards


RRR gained two trophies — Greatest International Language Movie and Greatest Music for “Naatu Naatu” — on the Critics Selection Awards (CCA).
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As S.S. Rajamouli’s  RRR continued its profitable streak with the worldwide blockbuster gained two trophies — Greatest International Language Movie and Greatest Music for “Naatu Naatu” — on the Critics Selection Awards (CCA), he devoted the award to his motherland India and all the ladies in his life who’ve supported him in his inventive journey.

“To all the women in my life — my mother Rajnandani — she thought education was overrated and made me read story books and comics. She encouraged my creativity. My sister-in-law Srivalli, who became a mother to me, and always encourages me to be the best version of myself,” the filmmaker mentioned in his acceptance speech.

“My wife Rama, she is the costume designer of my films, but more than that she is the designer of my life — if she is not there I’m not going to be here today. To my daughters, they don’t do anything, but their smile is enough to light up my life. And finally to my motherland — India, Bharat — Mera Bharat mahan! Jai Hind,” Mr. Rajamouli mentioned.

The Telugu magnum opus, headlined by Ram Charan and Jr NTR, was nominated in 5 classes on the CCA — Greatest Image, Greatest Director (Rajamouli), Greatest International Language movie, Greatest Visible Results (V. Srinivas Mohan) and Greatest Music (‘Naatu Naatu’).

Directed by filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli,  RRR is a pre-Independence fictional story specializing in two real-life Indian revolutionaries within the Twenties — Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem.

The foot-tapping dance quantity from the movie “Naatu Naatu”, which gained the ‘best original song-motion picture’ on the Golden Globes final week, was nominated for the CCA alongside “Carolina” (  The place the Crawdads Sing), “Ciao Papa” (  Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio), “Hold My Hand” (  High Gun: Maverick), “Lift Me Up” (  Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally) and “New Body Rhumba” (  White Noise).

(With PTI inputs)



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