When SS Rajamouli mocked Karan Johar for asking Hindi ‘RRR’ rights; said, ‘You made hundreds of crores with ‘Baahubali” | Hindi Movie News

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SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’ is currently making waves globally. After winning the prestigious Golden Globes Award 2023 for its song, ‘Naatu Naatu’, the film went on to bag the Critics Choice Award for Best Foreign Film.
Amidst this, an old video of Rajamouli and Karan Johar from an old promotional event is going viral on social media. At the event, Karan had asked Rajamouli why he was not given the Hindi rights to RRR like his Baahubali franchise. To this, Rajamouli had replied, “I asked you to be the presenter of Baahubali films. You made tens and hundreds of crores with that. So, when a producer makes so much money, usually as director I expect some gifts, sir. And what did you give me? You called for your talk show. You gave me a phone and a Bluetooth speaker and you wanted the rights of RRR Hindi.”

Rajamouli further said, “Sir, look at Jayantilal sir, he has promised me a sea-facing flat in Bandra after RRR is a success. Right next to your house.” He continued, “You will be shocked to know what my producer D. V. V. Danayya has promised me… 1 acre plot in Jubilee Hills.”

‘RRR’ stars Ram Charan and Jr NTR in lead roles. It also features Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in special cameos. The film tells the story of a fearless warrior who comes face to face with a steely cop serving British forces in an epic saga set in pre-independent India. The film made some record-breaking business at the box office last year.

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