Kangana Ranaut Praises SS Rajamouli's 'RRR', Calls Him 'King'; Says Writer KV Vijayendra Prasad Should Be Honoured With A Padma Vibhushan -WATCH VIDEO
Kangana Ranaut praises SS Rajamouli's RRR
Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer RRR has been breaking records since its release. The movie has received a great response from the fans as well as the critics. RRR is winning the hearts of not only the common man but also of celebrities.
Salman Khan and Karan Johar earlier heaped praises on RRR. Now, the queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut took to Instagram to share a video praising the team of RRR for creating such a great movie.
In the video, Kangana says, "The film needs no promotions, it is breaking all records and setting new ones. It is packed with feeling of patriotism and unity. It encourages good art and culture. Any Indian would want to praise the movie after watching it." ALSO READ:Oscars 2022: Kangana Ranaut Defends Will Smith For Slapping Chris Rock; Says, 'Hope He Comes To My LockUpp'
The actress continued, "It narrates the story of two heroes and makes us wonder that there would be so many other unsung heroes during our freedom struggle. In today's age also there are many unsung heroes who are not talked about much. Shri KV Vijayendra, the writer of this movie, has given us several remarkable movies."
She added, "At the age of 80 he is one of India's biggest writers. He writes in 15 days, whereas others take 6 months and a year to complete a story. You feel passionate when you meet him. I feel he deserves a Padma Vibhushan and it is not his need, it is the need of the youth. We need more people like him in the industry." The actress went on to say that everyone performed well in the film.
She also showered praises on SS Rajamouli. She called him a king and said 'long live the king'.
RRR also stars Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Olivia Morris among others. The film is performing amazingly well at the box office.
Talking about Kangana, she has interesting projects in the pipeline. The actress will be seen in Dhaakad, Tejas, Sita - The Incarnation, Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda and also Emergency, based on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.