Anthony and Joe Russo are famous for making the popular Marvel movies that have captivated audiences of all ages. During an international festival held in Scotland, Joe Russo referred to India as one of the most important markets for the film industry, and he also expressed admiration for SS Rajamouli’s RRR.
In a conversation with Deadline, a Hollywood trade website, Joe Russo lauded SS Rajamouli’s RRR, describing it as a more “diverse and globally inclusive” production. He also acknowledged that while Bollywood One of the largest film industries worldwide, it has limited exposure outside India. “Thank God for films like RRR, with the level of technical brilliance, visual effects and legendary storytelling to appeal to a much wider audience. We learn about other cultures from movies like that. So, I think, our goal will be empowerment. We want to support as many other markets as possible so that their stories can reach as widely as possible.”
Interestingly, this is not the first time that RRR has received accolades from Hollywood biggies. Not long ago, during a conversation with Rajamouli, filmmaker Steven Spielberg had said, “I thought your film was excellent. I hadn’t seen it when we met. I saw it last week. It was amazing.” . I couldn’t believe my eyes. To me, it was like eye candy. I thought the performances (were good). In your film, I’m glad to see how you ended Alison Doody’s story. She was heinous and so was her husband (Ray Stevenson’s General Scott), it had a beautiful visual style.
RRR directed by SS Rajamouli has gained global recognition for its grandeur and captivating story. Starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR, the film has garnered a massive fan following in India as well as overseas. RRR song ‘Naatu Naatu’ created history by being the first Indian production to win an Oscar (for Best Original Song).