S.S. Rajamouli’s RRR has taken over the world as Oscar recipient Naatu Naatu becomes the favourite of people across the world from different regions and languages. Among the worldwide fans of the 2022 film, a certain fan from Japan is winning the internet because of her unique gesture.
The 2023 Oscars were a proud moment for India as we got two wins in the form of The Elephant Whisperers and RRR’s Naatu Naatu. People from around the world, commoners and celebrities, singers and actors including BTS, everyone is grooving to the beats of Ram Charan and Jr. NTR’s viral song from the 2022 film.
Among the massive number of fans of RRR around the world, a Japanese woman expressed how much she admired the film by making an illustrated storybook.
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Japanese Woman Makes RRR-Themed Storybook
A Japanese woman made an illustrated storybook containing the entire story of the film including cartoon sketches of some scenes as well. Allegedly a fan of the film and its Oscar-winning song, the woman realised that her seven-year-old son might find it difficult to watch the entire film of three-hours duration along with the subtitles.
Hence, to make it easier for her son to access the film, she decided to make a storybook for the film instead written in Japanese and illustrated with film scenes.
The storybook is going viral on the internet with people appreciating the lengths that the mother went to make her son watch the film in an innovative way. The dedication of the fan is winning the internet and now everyone wants to have an RRR-themed illustrated storybook.
For the unversed, S.S. Rajamouli’s directorial RRR stars Ram Charan and NTR Jr in pivotal roles. The film won the Best Original Song award at the 95th Academy Awards.