Hollywood writer Adam McKay suggests a screening of Jr NTR-Ram Charan movie at the Rose Bowl where stars like BTS have performed

Hollywood writer Adam McKay suggests a screening of Jr NTR-Ram Charan movie at the Rose Bowl where stars like BTS have performed

SS Rajamouli’s RRR is now up for major categories at Oscars 2023. The film which stars Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt and others lost to Chhello Show which is a Gujarati film directed by Pan Nalin. But the RRR team, especially the US distributor, are planning a huge campaign to ensure it gets nominated in the major categories. He strongly believes it is one of the best movies in the world to be released in 2022. Now the Ant-Man writer has said the Film Federation of India’s Oscar snub is a travesty. He suggested that a large screening could take place of RRR at the Rose Bowl. As we know, it is one of the most iconic places in the United States. Global stars like BTS performed there in 2019. Also Read – RRR for Rs 350 crore, KGF 2 for Rs 320 crore; Will Brahmastra OTT release deal break the record?

The movie is getting huge love from all over the world. They found it to be a very wild and enjoyable experience. The Jr NTR fandom grew by leaps and bounds after RRR. His masculine personality, innocence and charisma blew people away. Also Read – RRR: Chiranjeevi Reviews Son Ram Charan’s Film; calls it ‘Master Piece’

Americans are also talking about seeing RRR compete in major categories. Korean movie Parasite competed in the main section a few years ago and won the awards. Fans believe that if Parasite can win, then even RRR has a chance. Read also – RRR: Fan dies of heart attack while watching Ram Charan-Jr film NTR; check heartbreaking details

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