Brazilian President Lula da Silva Applauds 'RRR' at G20 Summit
Brazilian President Lula da Silva Applauds 'RRR' at G20 Summit

New Delhi: In a remarkable moment during his attendance at the G20 summit in India, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva voiced his admiration for the humor and captivating dance performances showcased in the film 'RRR.'

'Brazilian President Commends 'RRR''

The epic film 'RRR,' featuring Ram Charan and Jr NTR, has earned immense pride for the nation by garnering accolades such as the Golden Globes and the Academy Award. While participating in the G20 Summit held in India, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva extended his commendations to the film and offered his congratulations to the entire cast and crew.


He shared his thoughts, stating, "'RRR' is a three-hour cinematic masterpiece replete with delightful comedic moments and mesmerizing dance sequences. It provides a profound critique of British dominion over India and its people. In my sincere belief, this film should have achieved blockbuster status worldwide because whenever someone engages me in conversation, my immediate inquiry is whether they have experienced the three-hour saga of 'Revolt Rebellion and Revolution.' Therefore, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to the director and the talented artists behind this cinematic gem, for it truly enchanted me."


SS Rajamouli, the director of 'RRR,' responded to this heartfelt appreciation and conveyed his gratitude to the President of Brazil. He expressed, "Sir, @LulaOficial. Thank you immensely for your kind words. It warms our hearts to know that you've mentioned Indian Cinema and enjoyed 'RRR!' Our entire team is overjoyed. We hope you are having a splendid time in our country (sic)."

'About 'RRR''

Directed by SS Rajamouli, 'RRR' revolves around the fictionalized accounts of two Indian freedom fighters, Alluri Sitarama Raju (portrayed by Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem (portrayed by Jr NTR). The film delves into their camaraderie and their valiant struggle against the shackles of British colonial rule.

The track 'Naatu Naatu' achieved the distinction of winning the Best Original Song category at the 95th Academy Awards. Notably, 'RRR' etched its name in history as the third Indian film and the very first Telugu film to secure nominations at the Golden Globe Awards, particularly in the prestigious Best Foreign Language Film category. Additionally, 'Naatu Naatu' clinched the Best Original Song award at the Golden Globes.

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