James Cameron offers to work with SS Rajamouli: ‘If you ever want to make a movie over here, let’s talk’

James Cameron, SS Rajamouli
Image source: TWITTER/@MMKEERAVAANI James Cameron, SS Rajamouli clicked together at an award function

Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron, who spoke at length with Indian filmmaker SS Rajamouli, was all praise for his vision, his brilliant storytelling and the emotions his characters inspire. In his conversation with SS Rajamouli, Cameron said, “It’s such a great feeling to see your characters and your setup, the fire, the water, the story, reveal after reveal, and then move on to the backstory of what he’s doing.” That’s what he’s doing. Twists and turns and friendships.”

“It’s so powerful. And I love the fact that you threw the whole thing out, it’s just the whole show. I love that. I can only imagine the pride and power of your country and your home audience.” Looks like you should feel on top.” of the world.” Besides speaking highly of the film, which Cameron’s wife revealed he saw not once but twice, the “Avatar” and “Titanic” director also opened up about collaborating with Rajamouli on an international film. When the two iconic directors were parting ways, James Cameron said: “And one more thing, if you ever want to make a movie here, let’s talk.”

The Indian filmmaker shared that he felt on top of the world as he was in the company of award-winning Hollywood director James Cameron and spent 10 minutes analyzing his film ‘RRR’. Rajamouli shared two pictures on Twitter, in which he is seen sharing screen space with Cameron, who has made films like ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar’ franchise.

Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ also won India’s first Golden Globe Award for ‘Best Original Song’. The historical film also won the ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ and ‘Best Song’ awards at the 28th Critics’ Choice Awards.

About RRR

NTR Jr, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgan in ‘RRR’ Alia Bhatt, Shriya Saran, Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson, Alison Doody and Olivia Morris. It centers around two real-life Indian revolutionaries, Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, their fictional friendship and their fight against the British Raj. Set in the 1920s, the plot explores the unspecified period in their lives when the two revolutionaries chose to fade into oblivion before starting to fight for their country.

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