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Jimmy Kimmel Receives Flack For Referring To RRR As A ‘Bollywood Movie’ : Social Media Reacts

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RRR and The Elephant Whisperers made India proud at the Oscars by winning two awards for the country. What should have been a moment of celebration for all the Indians, has instead become a matter of Twitter fights, given how the Oscars Host Jimmy Kimmel introduced the Naatu Naatu song.

“This year we are not gonna play you off stage, instead we have a group of performers from the movie RRR who are going to dance you offstage,” said the host. He later added that RRR is SS Rajamouli’s ‘Bollywood movie’.

This statement by Jimmy Kimmel has not gone down very well with netizens in India as many called him out for not doing the basic research.

The reactions of social media users range from being educative to angrily calling out the Oscars for the lack of knowledge they have about the diversity in the film industries around the globe.

Several social media users used this opportunity to come up with funny memes, while sarcastically calling out the Academy through the same.

India At The Oscars

India created history at the Oscars by winning two awards in major categories. Besides RRR, Kartiki Gonsalves’ ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ became the first ever Indian production to win the award.


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