Bollywood & TV
Ram Charan Suggests International Fans 4 Indian Movies To Watch After “RRR”
The Telugu movie actor Ram Charan has become a world famous star now, thanks to his movie “RRR” which was directed by SS Rajamouli and it also starred Jr. NTR in an important role. Ram Charan is currently in USA along with the team of “RRR” for the purpose of promoting the flick, though the movie has missed the nominations for the best picture category award in the 95th Academy Awards, the Golden Globe winning song “Naatu Naatu” has been nominated in the category of the best original song but it has a huge competition with Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
The singers of Naatu Naatu – Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava are slated to perform at the Oscars night and there is a good probability that Ram Charan may also dance on the main stage at the Oscars. Ram Charan has made many TV appearances in the recent times and during one of his interviews when he was asked to recommend other Indian movies to the global audiences which they should watch after watching “RRR”, the actor picked four movies (one Hindi and three Telugu).
The Hindi film which Ram Charan recommended is Shekhar Kapur directed, Anil Kapoor and Sridevi starrer “Mr. India” (1987) while the three Telugu movies are – “Danna Veera Soora Karna” (1977), “Baahubali” (2015) and “Rangasthalam” (2018).
“Danna Veera Soora Karna” was directed, written and produced by N.T. Rama Rao and he also played three characters in this movie – Karna, Sri Krishna and Duryodhana. “Baahubali” was directed by SS Rajamouli and it starred Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishan, etc. in important roles and “Rangasthalam” is Ram Charan’s movie which was written and directed by Sukumar.
Ram Charan also talked about his favourite Hollywood movies, here is the video clip:
Ahead of #RRRMovie returning to US theaters this Friday, @AlwaysRamCharan shares his four favorites with Letterboxd. @RRRMovie #RRRForOscars pic.twitter.com/M8gSsEByk8
— Letterboxd (@letterboxd) March 1, 2023
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Can you name some other Indian classics which global audiences should watch after watching “RRR”?