Clayton Davis calls ‘RRR’, a memorable three-hour watchFans of RRR have one more reason to cheer! Noted film critic Clayton Davis who writes for the Hollywood magazine Variety has included RRR in his wish list of movies for ‘Best Picture’ for the Oscars. Speaking about the film, he said, “I’m not sure I’ll have a more memorable three hours than watching India’s Tollywood breakout “RRR” with my wife on our couch at home, giving her two new leading men to admire from afar with Ram Charan and N.T. Rama Rao Jr.” (sic). He then went on to include RRR in his list of ten best films of the year for Oscars. The following is the list in which RRR figures at the No 2 position:CloseRRRHoly SpiderTarMarcel the Shell with Shoes OnBones and AllWomen TalkingRetrogradeEverything Everywhere All at OnceTill Winner: Close and Runner Up: RRRDirected by SS Rajamouli, RRR is the story of two young men Rama Raju and Bheem who become close friends but find themselves estranged due to certain compulsions and who eventually unite for their common objective. The ‘Naatu Naatu’ song from the film composed by MM Keeravani has already been shortlisted by the Academy for ‘Best Original Song’.