After Oscar snub, SS Rajamouli leaves for Hollywood, signs deal with CAA

Moving on from the Oscar gloom after his latest film RRR (Rise Roar Revolt) failed to enter, Pan India director SS Rajamouli has shrugged off the snub and signed by the prestigious Creative Artists Agency (CAA). A matter of pride for the Telugu film industry, the signing of a Telugu film director by a US-based […]
 


Moving on from the Oscar gloom after his latest film RRR (Rise Roar Revolt) failed to enter, Pan India director SS Rajamouli has shrugged off the snub and signed by the prestigious Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
A matter of pride for the Telugu film industry, the signing of a Telugu film director by a US-based entertainment and sports firm is a major achievement as Rajamouli has successfully pushed the boundaries of Telugu cinema as a regional cinema. brought into the country. At the forefront of Indian cinema with his Baahubali 1 and 2. Following this success, Rajamouli took his presence a notch further and brought Telugu films to the global stage and brought the world attention to his latest offshoot RRR, which stars two of the biggest stars. Tollywood, Jr NTR and Ram Charan. This period epic is the only non-English language film to trend globally for 10 consecutive weeks on Netflix.
Rajamouli has joined the list of Indian film personalities who were earlier signed by Hollywood agencies like Irrfan Khan, Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt. Rajamouli will direct Mahesh Babu in his next untitled feature and the shooting of the film is likely to begin next year.