S.S. rajamouli has cleared the air for American media as he enjoys the attention that his magnum opus "RRR" is receiving in the wake of "Naatu Naatu's" Golden Globe victory. He has made it plain to them that the movie is "a telugu film that originates from the south of India," not a bollywood production. After his movie had screened at the Directors Guild of America, rajamouli was giving a press conference.

Director's statement: "RRR is a telugu movie from the south of India, where I'm from, not bollywood, but I use the song to advance the plot rather than pausing the movie to show you a piece of music and dancing. Simply said, I employ those components to advance the plot." "If you say I didn't feel it for three hours at the end of the movie, then I know I am a successful director," he continued.

The song "Naatu Naatu" from "RRR" received the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, making Rajamouli's magnum opus headline news. The song triumphed over hits by Taylor Swift's "Carolina" from "Where the Crawdads Sing" and Rihanna's "Lift Me Up" from "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."

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