SS Rajamouli has reacted to claims that Ram Charan received extra display time than his co-star Jr NTR in RRR. It comes after Ram Charan refuted such studies saying that he believes each he and Jr NTR have excelled superbly within the movie. Rajamouli famous that he understands the notion. Also Read| Jr NTR jokes SS Rajamouli is under a lot of pressure to make RRR sequel: ‘If he doesn’t, you will kill him’
Rajamouli mentioned that RRR would by no means have been such an enormous field workplace success if the 2 lead actors weren’t handled equally. The filmmaker then defined intimately why it could seem that Ram Charan has a much bigger function within the movie.
He advised Bollywood Hungama, “It wasn’t a right way of putting it that Charan earned all the accolades. As a director, I can’t be more happy with the kind of output that both of them gave. But saying that one actor is better than the other is the way you look at it. For example, I can say that Charan has been given more space in the climax, because it is the last thing that you walk away with, it feels like Charan is getting more attention than Tarak (Jr NTR). But if I had stopped the film after Komuram Bheemudo, it would look like Charan is just a bystander and Tarak is taking away the entire screen space. As a storyteller, you shouldn’t do that kind of judgement. Always look at how much empathy, as an audience, you are feeling for the characters.”
Rajamouli explained that Ram Charan and Jr NTR can both appear as the bigger star in the film depending on the perception of the audience. He said, “If you look at the story, Tarak saves Charan twice. Charan saves Tarak once. There is one point where Charan says, ‘For 15 years, I was not clear what my goal was. Tarak showed me the way with one song. I thought weapon was a physical thing, but Tarak showed me that weapon is an emotion. He has shown me the way.’ If you look at this perspective then you will feel that Tarak is the hero and Charan is just following him. But if you look at it in another way, when Charan asks, ‘What can I give you?’ and Tarak says ‘Give me shiksha’, then Charan is the teacher and Tarak is the disciple.” He noted that the film wouldn’t have made ₹1000 crore if the balance wasn’t perfect between these two actors.
RRR recently entered the ₹1000 crore club worldwide just two weeks after its release. It has become the third film in the history of Indian cinema to make more than ₹1000 crore on the worldwide field workplace, after Dangal and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.
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