Rajamouli hates it while Raghavendra Rao loves that.

Sat 21st Nov 2009 05:23 AM
Rajamouli hates it while Raghavendra Rao loves that.
Rajamouli hates it while Raghavendra Rao loves that.

We all know SS Rajamouli as a director aroused from the school of K. Raghavendra Rao and his style of making resembles that of his guru, here and there. Rajamouli still sticks to the basics of his guru and especially in picturization of songs; he may fall up on his guru’s teachings. Raghavendra Rao is known for most beautiful picturization of heroines beauties with flowers, fruits, vegetables hotly hitting them. 

It was known as shocking news that, Rajamouli hate the canning of songs in the Telugu movies. At a famous debate in FICCI event, Rajamouli said that: “I can see Indian films doing wonders worldwide very soon. Like “Crouching Tiger & Hidden dragon” did for China on world cinema, we too will deliver blockbusters. But, I feel the major irritant for Indian cinemas is the tendency of Directors to force fit the songs at the expense of entire script.” It looks Rajamouli is quite opposite to his guru in this aspect.