Ajay Devgn opens up about international response to RRR amidst its Oscar and BAFTA campaigns – Times of India

Ajay Devgn, who is basking on the success of his latest film, ‘Drishyam 2’, recently opened up about the international response that SS Rajamouli’s film, ‘RRR’ is receiving amidst its Oscar and BAFTA campaigns.

Talking about the same, Ajay told a news portal that it’s something different and something new for the Oscars, because the kind of drama and melodrama, which really works in our country is something really novel for the audiences there.

The actor also spoke about his plans to take the franchise of ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ forward with films and series based on the concept of unsung warriors. Ajay said that he wants to pick up characters who have done great things and great sacrifices, and people don’t know much about them. He revealed that they have two or three scripts that they are working on. And unsung warrior for him does not mean sacrifices from that era, it could be in today’s society. According to him, there are a lot of people who amaze you with the kind of work they’re doing and making sacrifices. If we can strike a good balance we can make it a good franchise and tell stories about these great sacrifices, Ajay told Variety.

After Abhishek Pathak’s ‘Drishyam 2’, which also starred Tabu, Shriya Saran, Ishita Dutta and Akshaye Khanna in key roles, Ajay will next be seen in ‘Bholaa’.

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