English actress Nathalie Emmanuel is in awe of the visual aesthetics of ‘RRR’It’s a norm on the international stage for Rajamouli’s RRR to attract acclaim from notable figures and renowned artists alike. After bagging praises from global filmmakers and celebrities, including nominations and awards from prestigious organisations, the magnum opus has entered the limelight yet again. English actress Nathalie Emmanuel, a prominent face in Hollywood flicks, posted a series of tweets praising the Jr NTR-Ram Charan starrer. Nathalie began by commenting that the magnum opus is a “sick movie” and clarified sick in this context meant great. She also referred to the ‘iconic’ scene where ‘Bheem’ (Tarak) carries ‘Raju’ (Charan) and wrote, “Let me just get my bredrin on my shoulders and be the legs and they use their arms so we can just murk several armed soldiers…(sic).”Apart from praising fellow-English actress Olivia Morris (‘Jenny’ in ‘RRR’), Nathalie hailed the “Naatu Naatu” song by terming it “absolute fire.” Scroll down to check out the series of tweets shared by Nathalie.\r\n \r\n Twitter\r\n \r\n \r\n Following Nathalie's tweets, Indian cine lovers have found themselves in a state of euphoria, considering her filmography includes the celebrated ‘Fast And Furious’ film franchise and the HBO original series ‘Game Of Thrones’ (GoT) - touted to be one of the finest series ever made. Though Nathalie’s filmography boasts of quality performances, more often than not, fans admire her for her acting prowess in ‘GoT,’ wherein she essayed the role of ‘Missandei’.