The renowned Indian director Rajamouli has reportedly signed to CAA (Creative Artists Agency), one of Hollywood’s leading talent agencies, according to western media. He has achieved fame throughout the world thanks to “RRR’s” enormous success in the west. The director has already announced that Mahesh Babu will starr in his next film.
Indian fans of the director have been delighted by news stories from the West about his signing with CAA. The biggest Hollywood stars, including Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, and Jennifer Grey, have long been clients of CAA. Interestingly, when discussing his upcoming project with Mahesh Babu, he mentioned that it would be a globe-trotting action film. The word ‘Globe-trotting’ gives us the impression that this upcoming movie might become even bigger as a result of CAA. Numerous Hollywood actors are likely to star in this film. To put it briefly, Mahesh Babu and Rajamouli’s movie may start the PAN-World movie ? trend. We are expecting it to be on the lines of Tom Cruise’s ‘Mission Impossible’ franchise or the famous ‘Bourne’ franchise.
Earlier this year Rajamouli scored yet another mammoth blockbuster in his carrer with ‘RRR.’ The Jr.NTR and Ram Charan starrer flick did well at the national and international markets. It amassed nearly Rs. 1200 crore in box office receipts globally. The only non-English movie to top the Netflix charts for more than 10 weeks is “RRR.” This month, the movie will also have a special showing in America’s most famous TCL Chinese IMAX theater.
Despite this level of splendour, the Film Federation of India (FFI) disqualified “RRR”. The federation has decided to submit “The Last Film Show” to the Oscars rather of “RRR.” The FFI’s decision was severely criticised by movie fans all around the world. Many people still believe that this movie might be nominated for best picture. In conclusion, it is simple to state that Rajamouli’s global influence exceeds our expectations. The latest indication of the director’s rising fame in western cinema is his signing with CAA.