SS Rajamouli, Ram Charan, Jr NTR paid $25,000 each to attend Oscars 2023: Report

A whopping $25,000! Certainly, this is the volume filmmaker SS Rajamouli, actors Ram Charan and Jr NTR, and their people had to reportedly shell out to attend the 95th Academy Awards, held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on March 12. 

In accordance to the most recent studies, only new music composer MM Keeravani and lyricist Chandra Bose ended up suitable for no cost passes as they were being nominated in the Ideal Primary Tune category. 

RRR’s “Naatu Naatu” received an Oscar for Ideal Initial Tune and to witness the historic moment, SS Rajamouli, Ram Charan and Jr NTR experienced to purchase the Oscar tickets.

As per a report by The Economic Times, a solitary ticket to Oscar cost $25,000, which is around Rs 2 million. And, only the awardees and their spouse and children users are eligible for no cost passes.

Rajamouli was accompanied by his spouse Rama, son SS Kartikeya, and a number of other spouse and children users. Ram Charan was accompanied by his spouse Upasana Kamineni, while Jr NTR attended the event with out his family members.

Quite a few ended up astonished to understand that the total RRR group was not given totally free entry to the Oscars. Meanwhile, some RRR followers ended up upset with the Academy Awards organisers for supplying the group the last row in the corridor.

In viral video clips, MM Keeravani and Chandra Bose are observed seated in the entrance row alongside with the other Oscar nominees when the relaxation of the RRR crew was reportedly given seats in the very last row.

Addressing the exact same, a fan wrote on Twitter, “Why have been they sitting at the back again?” Another commented, “It is a shame why RRR group is sitting at back again.”

Before, some netizens expressed disappointment over the absence of representation through the “Naatu Naatu” Oscar effectiveness. Quite a few objected to the actuality that the track record dancers, who done with Kaala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj, have been not from India.

(With inputs from businesses)

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