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RRR to Baahubali, SS Rajamouli's films to be screened at Beyond Fest in US

SS Rajamouli these days gave sturdy proof of his competencies as a storyteller when RRR opened to a sensational response at the container workplace and went on to emerge as a blockbuster. Now, he is in the limelight for an awesome reason. The director's work will be showcased at Beyond Fest, an American movie festival, beneath the Tollywood to Hollywood segment. Rajamouli will additionally be acting at the pageant in person, a first for him.


SS Rajamouli's work will be showcased at the Beyond Fest from September 30 to October three He will additionally be interacting with film fanatics at some point during the grand celebration. The Tollywood to Hollywood section will kick off with RRR, to be screened on September 30. Following this, the Baahubali films, Eega, Magadheera, and Maryada Ramanna. The aspect to notice right here is that these motion pictures will be screened in Telugu with subtitles in English. There will additionally be intermissions as estimated by using Rajamouli.



SS Rajamouli, who made his debut with Student No 1, emerged as a pan-India company with Baahubali (2015). He similarly consolidated his standing with Baahubali 2, which emerged as the second-highest grossing Indian movie after Aamir Khan's Dangal. It was, however, RRR that compelled the world fraternity to take notice of his manufacturer of storytelling. The duration drama facets Jr NTR and Ram Charan as the parallel leads. Tarak and the Mega Power Star performed Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju, respectively, in the biggie. RRR is presently the fourth-best-grossing Indian film globally after Yash's KGF 2, Prabhas' Baahubali 2, and Aamir Khan-led Dangal.

Rajamouli is presently gearing up to start work on his movie with Mahesh Babu. The biggie is touted to be a journey drama and is probably to go on flooring in 2023.


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