Will RRR win best film at Oscars 2023? Hollywood producer Jason Blum bets on SS Rajamouli’s film


Image Source : TWITTER Jr NTR and Ram Charan in a still from RRR

Hollywood producer Jason Blum is confident that SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus “RRR” will bag the best picture trophy at the Oscars this year. Blum, the founder of Hollywood studio Blumhouse that bankrolled Oscar-winning movies such as “Get Out” and “BlacKkKlansman”, predicted the film’s win in a Twitter post on Monday.

“I’m going with RRR winning best pic. You heard it here first. Mark it down, please. If I’m right, I am awarding myself my own Oscar,” the producer wrote. The movie’s official Twitter handle posted a reply to Blum, thanking the producer for his “kind words”. “We won you, Blum!! Thank you so much for your kind words.

#RRR” read the post.

Starring Ram Charan and Jr NTR in the lead, “RRR” follows a pre-Independence fictional story woven around two real-life Indian revolutionaries – Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem – in the 1920s. It also stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in key roles. Released theatrically last March, “RRR” raised reported earnings over Rs 1,200 crore at the global box office. The Hindi version of the film premiered on Netflix on May 20, 2022 and soon became the most popular movie from India on the streamer globally.

Blum is the latest Hollywood celebrity to shower praise on “RRR”, joining the likes of Jessica Chastain, filmmakers Anthony and Joe Russo, Edgar Wright, Scott Derrickson, Joe Dante, James Gunn, Christopher Miller, screenwriters Jon Spaihts and C Robert Cargill.

The makers of “RRR” are currently gearing up for the Hollywood award season where its distributor Variance Films has mounted a substantial campaign to have the film recognised in the general categories at various ceremonies.

The film is nominated for two Golden Globes — Best Picture – Non-English and Best Song for ‘Naatu Naatu’. It has also received five nominations for Critics Choice Awards — Best Picture, Best Director, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Song for “Naatu Naatu”, and Best Visual Effects.

Last week, the movie made it to the BAFTA longlist for Film not in English Language category. It shares space with “All Quiet on the Western Front”, “Argentina, 1985”, “Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths”, “Close”, “Corsage”, “Decision To Leave”, “EO”, “Holy Spider”, and “The Quiet Girl”. The 10 films will compete to secure a place in the final five for the BAFTA honour.

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