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After viewing RRR, Hollywood filmmaker Daniel Kwan declares, “I’m working in the wrong country.”

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After viewing RRR, Hollywood filmmaker Daniel Kwan declares, “I’m working in the wrong country.”

Daniel Kwan, the director of Everything Everywhere All at Once, lauded SS Rajamouli’s RRR and said it was “all heart-on-its-sleeve sincerity wrapped up in the most absurd over-the-top execution.” Daniel also stated on Twitter that his followers “weren’t kidding” when they expressed their admiration for the movie.

When Daniel tweeted, “I’ve finally crossed a few items off my list after a hectic year of work and travel: I did my taxes (I know, irony alert), and I watched RRR. HOLY COW, you guys weren’t joking. I feel like I’m working in the wrong nation every time I watch an Indian action movie.”

He further noted, “What really struck me was that RRR had all heart-on-its-sleeve sincerity wrapped up in the most absurd over the top execution, unlike many of the blockbusters we’re doing in the States that often have self aware, humorous characters stuck in self-serious filmmaking. Such a lot to adore.”

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In response to his tweet, a fan created a collage with Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All at Once and Ram Charan in RRR sitting on Jr. NTR’s shoulder. The writer stated, “(Handshake emoji) EEAAO RRR. the top movies of 2022.” Daniel answered, “Raju on Bheem’s shoulders might be the better piggyback sequence of 2022, I humbly concede. Not that there is a contest.”

The meme showing a couple in bed with the woman thinking, “I guess he’s thinking of other ladies,” and the man lost in another idea was also altered by a fan. It was altered by a fan to indicate that the man was considering the RRR song Natu Natu. “Goddamn that musical number slaps so hard both my wife and I were thinking about it in bed,” said Daniel in response.

Daniel responded to a fan who questioned which of Ram and Jr. NTR’s characters he liked best: “related to Bheem more, but Ram was a hot mess. Those beard.” RRR is based on the lives of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, two real-life heroes and well-known revolutionaries. As Alluri Sitarama Raju, Jr., Ram Charan  NTR was seen as Bheem.

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Jr NTR, the popular Telugu film actor, has an ardent fan following known for their unwavering support and enthusiasm. However, a recent incident during the re-release of Jr NTR’s blockbuster film Simhadri has caused controversy. Fans celebrated the occasion by igniting firecrackers, leading to a heated debate about public safety, environmental concerns, and responsible fandom. In this blog post, we will explore the incident, its implications, and the need for balanced fan celebrations.

The Re-Release of Simhadri: Simhadri, a 2003 Telugu action-drama film, remains one of Jr NTR’s most beloved movies. To commemorate its anniversary, the producers decided to re-release the film, allowing fans to relish the nostalgia and experience the magic on the big screen once again. The announcement generated excitement and anticipation among Jr NTR’s loyal fan base.

Fan Celebration Gone Awry: In their eagerness to celebrate the re-release of Simhadri, a section of Jr NTR’s fans resorted to lighting firecrackers outside theaters. The loud explosions and billowing smoke alarmed moviegoers and nearby residents, leading to complaints and safety concerns. The incident drew criticism from various quarters, sparking a debate about responsible fandom and the need for considering public safety and environmental consequences.

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The Importance of Responsible Fandom: Fans play a significant role in an actor’s success, and their enthusiasm can bring immense joy to the celebrity they adore. However, it is essential for fans to remember that their actions should be responsible and respectful towards others. Expressing support and admiration should not come at the cost of causing inconvenience, harm, or damage to the surroundings.

Public Safety and Environmental Concerns: The incident of firecrackers being ignited during the Simhadri re-release raises important concerns regarding public safety and environmental impact. Firecrackers, besides being noisy, can also be hazardous and pose a risk to people’s well-being, especially in crowded areas. Additionally, the environmental implications of such celebrations, including air and noise pollution, cannot be ignored.

Promoting Positive Fan Culture: While celebrating the achievements and milestones of their favorite stars, fans have the power to shape public perception. It is crucial for fan clubs and individuals to encourage positive fan culture, emphasizing activities that are inclusive, respectful, and beneficial for society. Non-disruptive celebrations such as charity events, social initiatives, and fan gatherings can foster a sense of unity and promote a positive image of fandom.

Fans can channel their enthusiasm in more responsible ways, such as organizing special screenings, conducting charity drives, or engaging in community service projects. By focusing on these avenues, fans can create a positive impact while celebrating their favorite stars without causing harm, inconvenience, or violating safety protocols.

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The incident of Jr NTR fans igniting firecrackers during the re-release of Simhadri raises important questions about responsible fandom, public safety, and environmental concerns. While fans’ enthusiasm is commendable, it is crucial for them to celebrate in a manner that respects the well-being of others and the environment. By promoting a culture of responsible fandom, fans can ensure that their admiration for their favorite stars does not overshadow the importance of public safety and environmental sustainability.

The director’s passing this morning came as a shock to Rani Mukerji, who worked with him on Laaga Chunari Mein Daag and Mardaani. They had been planning to meet up shortly. Sarkar, who is best known for helming the 2005 drama Parineeta, passed away at Lilavati hospital in Mumbai’s Bandra area, according to his wife Panchali. He was 67.

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