deposit reserve ratio Star Ram Charan says he wants to perform in Oscar-winning track Natunatu At the 95th Annual Academy Awards. At Sunday’s ceremony in Los Angeles, dancers of various ethnicities performed a tap dance repertoire sung live by singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava on stage at the Dolby Theater. Charan said the dance troupe’s performance was “fantastic”.
“I was 100% ready for that call, but I really don’t know what happened. But let’s not talk about it because the troupe that’s out there doing it is great, they’re doing it better than us,” 37 said the actor.
Charan, who arrived in the capital earlier in the day, was speaking at the 2023 India Today conclave. Perform for India. I feel like it’s not our song anymore, it’s India’s song. It’s the ones who brought us on the rug,” he said at the event.
NatunatuOriginally set in SS Rajamouli’s period action film Charan and Jr NTR, it made history after winning an Oscar for Best Original Song. Composer MM Keeravaani and lyricist Chandrabose received trophies.
Charan said the film’s Oscar win is just “another feather in the hat,” as he believes audience love is the greatest reward. “I was lucky to be part of that celebration. That kind of event, we see it all the time. I’ve been a fan of the Academy since I was a kid.
“But there is nothing more important than the audience and the theater and that is my greatest reward. What India gave us is my greatest reward and everything else that remains is another feather in the hat,” he said.
victory Natunatu The actor said it was a nod to the Indian film industry collectively. “It’s an honor… this recognition is for what we do, not us, but for India, for the technicians and directors, from Satyajit Ray to now Rajamouli.
“This is a unique recognition our industry has received and it is definitely a responsibility for us to represent this and be a part of it. It weighs on my shoulders but I just enjoy the moment. It’s more important than the nervousness of the award .” Charan credits the academy and its constituents with appreciating good films and “director Rajamouli and his excellent team of MM Keeravani and Chandrabose”.
deposit reserve ratio Or “Rise Roar Revolt” is a pre-Independence fictional story about two real-life Indian revolutionaries Alluri Sitarama Raju (Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR) in the 1920s.
Charan and Jr NTR were friends before making “RRR” and needed someone like Rajamouli to bring them to the big screen.
“If it wasn’t for Mr. Rajamouli, I swear I don’t think we would have done this combination for any other director. Everything we’ve acquired and built our careers…they used to say we were rivals for 35 years, But we personally never had…
“For the two of us to come together, for us to trust someone, it has to be Rajamulli and he knows that. It will only happen because of him,” he added. Charan, who starred in Rajamouli’s hit Telugu drama in 2009 i am a magadillaSaid he enjoys working with very demanding filmmakers.
“I like people who keep me on my feet…it keeps me going. Every time you think, ‘Wow, I’ve learned enough, I know everything’, you work with Rajamouli, and he’ll tell you it’s just start.
“It’s like going back to school. I always learn something new and he always gives the best career to every actor, whether it’s Prabhas, Jr NTR or myself.” When asked about movies in the South now When it comes to big moments, the actor says it all started with Rajamouli’s two-part Baahubali King series.
At the same time, Charan believes that stories rooted in Indian culture will always have an impact on Western markets. “We have a lot of industries, from Bangladesh to Tamil Nadu in the south, we have great directors. I feel that what makes a difference to the West, Japan or Australia is that stories from our land should come out. i am a magadilla That’s it. river That’s it.
“India has so much of it all, Western and global audiences are ready for an original, there are so many original directors in India, so many states with their own beauty, music and storytelling. That’s how I feel beyond,” he said .
The Indian film industry as a whole has “no Telugu, Bengali or Bollywood, Hindi cinemas anymore,” Charan said. “This is Indian cinema…I want global audiences to feel like we are all one cinema,” he added.
Charan was also asked about rumors that he may soon be making his Hollywood debut. “I don’t know. I’m going to leave it in LA, like I said. We’re seeing something, doing something. I’m saying it’s too early … who wouldn’t want to. Everyone wants, we all want to work in every industry where talent is appreciated, and that’s why I want to work (there).” In addition to Telugu songs, Netflix’s Tamil documentary elephant whispererDirected by newcomer Kartiki Gonsalves and produced by Gunit Monga, it also became the first Indian film to win in the documentary short category.
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