Rajamouli is elated with the recognition 'RRR' has been receiving from abroad and gave away some interesting details regarding his future plans while speaking to an English media portal. He said, "After Baahubali, there was certainly pressure on my next film. I am happy that RRR has now transcended boundaries. Now, I want Indian stories to be showcased on the global level. I want to be in the foreground of it and that's my selfishness."
Speaking about the scale of his films, he explained, "You make big-event lavish budget films, the risk is more. If the film succeeds, the producers will get good returns, else the losses will be huge. With urbane films, the risk is low as the budget is lesser. But the reach and box office pull will also be lesser."
What excites Mahesh fans more is the fact that Rajamouli said he wants to narrate Indian stories on a global level. This proves that his next project with Mahesh is going to be made on a huge scale and it will get a huge market not just in India but also in foreign countries. Mahesh has a huge market in the US and Rajamouli's film is expected to make it even bigger and turn the 'Pokiri' star into a pan-Indian hero. Let us wait and see what happens.