SS Rajamouli: ‘My India is great…’ Proud of RRR’s success, Rajamouli honored the country on foreign soil.

SS Rajamouli, one of the most celebrated directors of South India, is currently enjoying the grand success of his magnum opus film ‘RRR’. After winning the ‘Golden Globe Award’, the film won two more awards at the 28th edition of the Critics’ Choice Awards. On this occasion, SS Rajamouli came to the stage to deliver a speech and stole everyone’s heart. Rajamouli in particular has given pride to the people of India.

Award to Rajamouli

On Monday, team ‘RRR’ shared a video on its Twitter account, in which SS Rajamouli can be seen delivering his winning speech at the award ceremony in Los Angeles. Sharing the video, the team wrote, ‘RRR won Best Foreign Language Film at #CritcsChoiceawards, here’s @ssrajamouli’s speech!! Great #RRRMovie of my India.

Rajamouli said about his family

Receiving the honour, Rajamouli said in the video, “Of all the women in my life, my mother Rajnandani, who thought schooling was too much, encouraged me to read comics and story books, and she encouraged me to be creative. My sister-in-law Srivalli, who was like a mother to me, always encouraged me to be the best version of myself.”

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My India is great – Rajamouli

The ‘Baahubali’ director spoke about his wife and daughters at the award ceremony. He said, ‘My wife Rama, she is the costume designer of my films but more than that she is the designer of my life. I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for her. For my daughters, she does nothing, just a smile to brighten my life.’

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The story of RRR

Before signing off, the director said, ‘After all, my motherland, India, my India is great. Jai Hind. Thanks.’ ‘RRR’ won Critics’ Choice Awards for Best Foreign Film and Best Song. RRR is a fictional story based on the lives of two Telugu freedom fighters Alluri Sitarama Raju and Kumaram Bheem. The roles were played by Ram Charan and Jr. NTR. The film grossed more than Rs 1200 crore worldwide. Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgan and Shriya Sharan have worked in the film.

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