One person, many blockbusters… Documentary made on the life of SS Rajamouli, will be released on OTT on this day

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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One person, many blockbusters… Documentary made on the life of SS Rajamouli, will be released on OTT on this day


South film industry's famous filmmaker SS Rajamouli who changed the face of Indian cinema with the film 'Bahubali'. Then created a stir at the box office with a film like 'RRR'. How does he think in real life, how does he get the idea of ​​such great films… and much more. If you want to see and know Rajamouli's life closely, then there is good news for you. OTT platform Netflix has announced to make a documentary on him, named 'Modern Masters: SS Rajamouli'.

The announcement comes days after SS Rajamouli was inducted into the Directors Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The upcoming biographical documentary is directed by Raghav Khanna.

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What is special in this documentary?

According to the makers, 'Modern Masters: SS Rajamouli' gives a closer look at the creative world of the filmmaker. It shows his deep influence on Indian and international cinema, his legacy and his great contribution to filmmaking. Apart from this, an interview will also be shown. It will also show glimpses of his family, close friends and famous filmmakers like James Cameron, Karan Johar and Joe Russo. There will be an opportunity to know many unheard stories related to actors like Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Jr NTR and Ram Charan.

When and where to watch the show?

Rajamouli, known for films like 'Eega' and 'Magadheera', has already won an Oscar for the song 'Natu Natu' from the film 'RRR'. The show will stream on August 2.


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