Ram Charan believes that the success of RRR is not due to the fact that it is from south India

Ram Charan believes that the success of RRR is not due to the fact that it is from south India

Ram Charan, an actor who attended the 2023 Oscars before returning to India, was in Delhi when he talked at length about RRR, the Oscars, his acting career, upcoming projects, and much more.

At the Delhi airport on Friday, the actor was met by a sea of admirers. During the 95th Academy Awards, RRR made history by being the first Indian production to win an Oscar for Original Song. Naatu Naatu was played live at the 2023 Oscars, and it received a standing ovation. On stage, actress Deepika Padukone gave the show its introduction.

When the actor was questioned about the growth of south Indian film and if he saw himself as a worldwide superstar at the event, he said, "Absolutely. This has started, and it has had a huge influence on our movies. That is occurring in Telugu and is now spanning all borders thanks to Baahubali. I believe RRR is a tremendous hit not because it is from the South. From Bengal to Tamil Nadu in the South, we have a wide range of industries. Fantastic directors work for us. And I believe that the tales that have their roots in our stories will have the greatest influence on the West. Magadheera has that quality. That was how Lagan was. Korea's parasite has its own unique history. India provides everything someone needs to create movies based on its culture, mythology, hardships, and emotions. Also, the West and the general public are willing to appreciate someone who is unique."

Naatu Naatu by RRR won the Oscar for Best Original Song, and its writers Chandrabose and MM Keeravaani appeared on stage to receive the honor. Naatu Naatu really rose to the status of a worldwide phenomenon in recent months. The soundtrack caused the crowds to cheer and dance in the aisles at all of its most recent showings in the west. RRR is a fictitious narrative based on the lives of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, two well-known rebels who lived in the pre-independence period in the 1920s. Jr. NTR played Bheem while Ram Charan portrayed Ram.

The next film starring Ram is RC 15, which Shankar is directing. In the Telugu movie, the actor will play Kiara Advani's opposite.