"If you ever wanna make a movie over here..." This is what James Cameron of Avatar had told SS Rajamouli!

(The article is authored by Alar)

RRR is having a dream run at the major Hollywood awards, winning the Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards for Naatu Naatu in the Best Original Song category. In addition to this, RRR is also nominated for a host of other awards in the Best International Film category. However, the most recent acclaim to the movie didn't came as a award but rather some golden word from the Hollywood director James Cameron, who is best known for films from Titanic, Terminator, to the latest Avatar: The Way of Water.

Fans on the internet is going crazy over this chit chat between two of the biggest filmmakers in the world and is going viral. The official page of RRR shared the video by taking us to Twitter captioning, "If you ever wanna make a movie over here, let's talk"- #JamesCameron to #SSRajamouli. Here’s the longer version of the two legendary directors talking to each other. #RRRMovie"

In the brief chit chat video, James Cameron shared his valuable feedback about Rajamouli's epic, he said, "Now watching all your characters, it’s just like such a feeling to watch them and your set up, fire, water, story. Reveal after reveal. And then you show what happened in the backstory. It’s like all of them are a homely set-up. Why he’s doing what he is doing? And the twists and turns and the friendships and eventually it gets to a point where he can’t kill him when the other reverses. It’s just so powerful. And I loved the fact that you just threw the whole thing, the whole thing, it's a full show. I loved that."

Rajamouli added, "These word from you are more than an award for me. I can't believe that you saw the film, and you're analysing my film. The Avatar director also furthered to give praise on the film's composer MM Keeravani, he said, "The score. It’s kind of amazing because I like the music to kind of stay out of the way and kind of come in and support when the audience is already feeling something so it builds the theme. But you’re using music very differently."

"There are moments in the film where I just had to get up. I'm talking about watching at home! I'm standing up. But the thing I can only imagine what it must be like to be Indian and to see your film. Because of all the hurt, the oppression and everything and all that must be yours. And the pride, your home audience must feel. And I'm sure this is a bonus round for you. You must feel on the top of the world," Lastly the filmmaker added, "If you ever wanna make a movie over here, let's talk." he added.