Currently, the entertainment sector is experiencing a serious crisis as writers protest poor working conditions and low pay. SAG-AFTRA, the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, unexpectedly joined the demonstration on July 14; this was the first time an actors' union had demonstrated in public in 63 years. A-list celebrities from all around the world have backed this initiative, which has attracted international attention. A Twitter user noticed an odd glimpse during the strike: the 'RRR' poster, which was prominently placed near the rally for the highly awaited film by SS Rajamouli.
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TV and movie writers have been airing their complaints about poor pay and unfavourable working conditions for weeks. Numerous celebrities who share their worries have backed them. However, it is unprecedented for an actors' union to take part in such a protest. Approximately 160,000 actors, radio performers, hosts, media experts, and journalists are represented by SAG-AFTRA. After failing to reach a new labour deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the decision to join the strike was made.
Protesters have used artistic posters to spread their message throughout the writers' strike. While some posters threatened to spoil the upcoming season of Succession, others criticised the narrative of the television programme The Idol. A recent image of RRR's protest poster was posted on Twitter by a user. The graphic shows a man holding a sign that says 'STRRRIKE,' with an image of Ram Charan and Jr. NTR from the song Naatu Naatu.
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Many Twitter users have found the inclusion of 'RRR's poster amusing, with some complimenting the movie's enormous popularity and observing that it has gone beyond simple cinema to become an emotional experience.
Although the 'RRR' poster gave the protest a creative edge, it's vital to remember that the script for the movie was written by SS Rajamouli and V Vijayendra Prasad. The dialogue was contributed by Sai Madhav Burra, while Rajamouli also worked on the screenplay.
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For those who are not familiar, 'RRR' has Ajay Devgn, Shriya Saran, and Alia Bhatt in supporting parts alongside Ram Charan and Jr NTR in the key roles. The movie's song 'Naatu Naatu' even received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song, underscoring its significance and success.