The Vampire Diaries fame Joseph Morgan calls RRR an ‘absolute masterpiece’, sends Twitter into meltdown

South Indian cinema is not only ruling the hearts of movie lovers in India but it is also getting immense love across the globe. From the story to the VFX, and undoubtedly, the performances by the actors are appreciated not only by the audience but also by the film critics. Even months after the release of SS Rajamouli directorial blockbuster RRR, it still basks in its success.

The film has received appreciation from many celebs and two new fans have been added to the list. This time, it’s The Originals actor Joseph Morgan and his wife and actor Persia White. On Tuesday, the Hollywood star said how much he liked the film. “It was a while away from shooting and Persia White and I saw two incredible movies. ‘RRR’ and ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ were both astounding. We laughed and cried and gasped in amazement. Just great cinema.” He tweeted.

Netizens were quick to react to the post. A user also thanked the actor of The Vampire Dairies for watching the film. To which, Joseph replied, “It was a masterpiece from start to finish. I’ve been thinking about it ever since.” Another asked, “You mean our Indian film. This RRR?” with poster. This time too, Joseph was quick with his answer. “Yeah, Incredible movie,” he wrote.

The official Twitter handle of RRR also replied and thanked them for spreading the word. The tweet read: “Thank you so much for loving Klaus…RRR and spreading the word.”

Netflix India has also retweeted Joseph’s post and said, “Dear Diary, today, I learned that Klaus and I are pissed off with the same movies.”

RRR is based on the lives of two revolutionaries during the British colonial rule in India. The SS Rajamouli directorial is one of the highest grossing films in the world. Jr NTR, Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn are part of the film.

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