Filmmaker SS Rajamouli’s impressive speech at the Critic Choice Awards not only impressed his fans around the world, but also many fans from the film industry. After Kangana Ranaut, all from Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Malaika Arora, Samantha Ruth Prabhu to Ananya Panday have praised the filmmaker for his acceptance speech at the awards ceremony where his film RRR won two major awards including Best Song for Naatu Naatu. Read also: Fans in tears at SS Rajamouli’s impressive speech at Critics Choice Awards, Kangana Ranaut also responds
To share SS Rajamoulis speech on her Instagram Stories, Alia Bhatt wrote, “no words needed for this moment.” She played a pivotal role opposite Ram Charan in RRR. The film also starred Jr NTR and Ajay Devgn.
Varun Dhawan wrote, “what an amazing moment wow” in response to the speech. Ananya Panday shared the speech on her Instagram Stories, writing, “Beyond!!!” with different heart emojis. Samantha Ruth Prabhu also shared it with a big heart emoji. Malaika Arora also shared some hand raising emojis as she shared the speech on her Instagram, while praising the filmmaker for his choice of words.
In his acceptance speech while receiving the Critics Choice Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Rajamouli credited the women in his life for his success, ending the speech with “Jai Hindi”. He said, “To all the women in my life, my mother Rajnandani, she thought school education was overrated and she encouraged me to read comics and story books and she encouraged my creativity. My sister-in-law Sreevalli, who became like a mother to me , always encourages me to be the best version of myself. My wife Rama, she is a costume designer of my films, but more than that, she is the designer of my life. If she is not here, I am not here today. They don’t do anything for my daughters, just their smile is enough to brighten up my life. Mera Bharat Mahaan. Jai Hind.”
The RRR song Naatu Naat has now won a Golden Globe Award for Best Song along with two Critics Choice Awards for both the song and the movie. It has also made the Oscar and BAFTA shortlists in several categories.
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