Every second of “RRR” is pure, master art. It’s the kind of movie that reminds us why we all fell in love with cinema in the first place. Even with a portion of the budget allotted to big-budget superhero movies and other American-made blockbusters, Rajamouli delivered a one-of-a-kind, earth-shattering experience. . It’s a film that doesn’t forget to entertain while exploring serious political issues like colonialism. India is consistently home to some of the best cinematic work, but when Bong Joon-ho got it right in his Oscar acceptance speech, many Americans were unaware of the power of international cinema. thanks to the “one inch high barrier of subtitles.”
“RRR” should absolutely be seen in theaters if possible, but if that’s not an option, the film is currently available to stream on Netflix in the US. The Oscars are considered a very good year, with films like “Everything Everywhere All At Once” also positioned to take home the top prize, but “RRR” deserves a more nomination – if not a win. At the very least, if the Oscars want to increase their viewership, a live performance of “Naatu Naatu” for Best Original Song will certainly do the trick. Do yourself a favor and start learning choreography right now.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1040886/rrr-launches-oscars-campaign-in-all-categories-including-best-picture-and-best-original-song/ RRR launches Oscar campaign in all categories, including best picture and best original song