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The Journey of SS Rajamouli: From Shantinivasam to Oscars

SS Rajamouli is the director who brought an Oscar to Indian cinema after many years. He showcased his unique abilities in filmmaking with the movie RRR, which set a benchmark for Telugu cinema.

Rajamouli has a distinct style of filmmaking that sets him apart. He always manages to keep his audiences on the edge of their seats, which is why he has never had a flop in his career.

His journey as a director began with the serial 'Shantinivasam', which aired in the year 2000. This paved the way for his entry into the film industry.

Rajamouli's films are known for their heroism, villains, and revenge drama. He puts a lot of effort into designing and developing his characters and ensuring that every scene is significant.

For Rajamouli, emotions are the heart of a film. He believes that if human emotions can be correctly portrayed, the audience will connect with the film.

One of Rajamouli's unique traits is that he does not compromise when it comes to the quality of his films. He works tirelessly until his vision for a scene is realized on the screen.

Rajamouli is also known for bringing out hidden talents in actors. He always manages to get 100% output from his actors, which has led to the success of actors like NTR and Ram Charan.

He works with the same team for most of his films, and each film he makes is better than the previous one.

Rajamouli is an atheist, but he never lets his beliefs come in the way of his filmmaking. He sees filmmaking as a profession and works hard to excel in it.

The list of Rajamouli's films is extensive, with each film leaving a lasting impression on audiences. He is currently working on an international film with Mahesh Babu, which is highly anticipated.

Student No.1(2001) Simhadri (2003) Sye(2004) Chatrapathi (2005) Vikramarkudu (2006) Yamadonga (2007) Magadheera (2009) Maryada Ramanna (2010) ‘Eega’(2012) Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017) RRR (2022)

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