SS Rajamouli who is reeling from the success of RRR recently spoke to visionary director James Cameron about his film. Cameron, who is the director of Avatar: The Way of Water, openly asked Rajamouli to talk to him if he ever wants to make a film in Hollywood. The RRR director took to social media on 21 January to share his excitement about the same.
The caption of post stated: "If you ever wanna make a movie over here, let's talk." It doesn't get better than this. Does it?"
In the video, Rajamouli told James Cameron, "I saw all your movies... Big inspiration. From Terminator, Avatar, Titanic...Everything. Loved your work." Replying to which, Cameron said, "Thank you. That's right. Now watching your characters...It's just like such a feeling to watch them."
Cameron also spoke to Naatu Naatu composer MM Keeravani, who recently won a Golden Globe, he said," And you composed, right? Because I saw you at the Golden Globes. The score, it's kind of amazing. Because I like the music to kinda stay out of the way and kinda come on in and support when the audience is already feeling something so it builds the theme. But you are using the music very differently."
Rajamouli had previously shared a snippet from the conversation on Twitter and also shared pictures from the same.
RRR has left the audience and critics enthralled in the West. The film recently won a Golden Globe Award for its energetic track, 'Naatu Naatu.' Moreover, winning two Critics Choice Awards in the categories, 'Best Foreign Language Film' and 'Best Song.'
The film stars Ram Charan, Jr NTR, Ajay Devgn and more.