“RRR is a sick movie and no one can tell me otherwise”: Game of Thrones Star Nathalie Emmanuel Calls S. S. Rajamouli Movie a “Superhero Bromance”

"RRR is a sick movie and no one can tell me otherwise": Game of Thrones Star Nathalie Emmanuel Calls S. S. Rajamouli Movie a "Superhero Bromance"
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Game of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel becomes the latest one to praise the Indian movie RRR. The S.S. Rajamouli directorial gained immense praise commercially as well as critically from both the Indian and Overseas box office. Emmanuel who was seen in GoT in the role of Missandei took to a series of tweets to voice her opinion on it. The actress also sided with what the majority of the audience thinks and claimed it to be amazing.

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Worthy to be mentioned, RRR bagged several great accolades on worldwide platforms. The story centering around the journey of India toward Independence not only connected with the domestic audience but also made a mark on the international market.

Also Read: “The taking over begins”: Indian Director SS Rajamouli of RRR Fame Signs With Hollywood Agency CAA, Set to Direct New Film Next Year

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What did Nathalie Emmanuel say about RRR?

It is not the first time the Rajamouli movie got praised by an actor. Actor Danny Devito and popular TV show The Vampire Diaries star Joseph Morgan also took to their social media earlier to express their feeling after watching the movie. Now, Nathalie Emmanuel claims that each and every aspect of the movie is just great.

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Nathalie Emmanuel along with Emilia Clarke in GoT

The whole appreciation spree started when the Fast and Furious fame took to her Twitter to state that RRR is a “sick” movie.

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A series of tweets followed this as the actress went on to praise the whole team and everything in the movie that made her fall in love with it. The performances by actors Ram Charan and NTR Jr. in the lead roles are one of the key reasons why the movie became such a hit. According to Emmanuel, she loved it and called it a ‘superhero bromance’

Besides the actors, she also acknowledged the character of Sita and Jennifer. The brilliant work done by stunt coordinator King Solomon on the famous police station sequence also found appreciation in her tweets.

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While praising the movie, the 33-year-old actress also spoke about the song Naatu Naatu which raised quite a storm on the internet. It is also shortlisted for the 2023 Oscar nominations.

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RRR has earned nominations in several reputed awards

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RRR director S.S. Rajamouli

Along with Nathalie Emmanuel, Naatu Naatu also became successful in making the whole world groove in its steps. The track will compete with 14 songs like Lift Me Up from Black Panther 2 and Nothing is Lost from Avatar 2. 

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Also Read: “He’s working on the story”: RRR 2 Might Finally Be Moving Forward as SS Rajamouli Reveals His Father is Working on the Story

Except for the Oscars, it is also reported that the song has also earned a nomination in the Golden Globe Awards. RRR also achieved four nominations in the Critics Choice Awards. These include Best Picture, Best Foreign Language film, Best Director, and Best Visual Effects.

Earning an estimated box office earning of around $175 million, the movie will always be remembered as one of the most remarkable projects.

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RRR can be streamed on Netflix.

You can catch Nathalie Emmanuel in Game of Thrones on HBO Max.

Source: Twitter

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Subham Mandal is currently working as a content writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He has written more than 1000 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.