‘RRR’ makes the BAFTA longlist in the ‘Best Film (Non-English)’ categoryRise Roar Revolt (RRR) has not stopped in its journey of raising the standing of Indian films in the international cinema landscape. After several accolades from American film critics circles, securing two Golden Globe Nominations and making it to the Oscars shortlist, the movie is now making its mark in the UK.BAFTA Film Awards is an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). The SS Rajamouli directorial features on the freshly released BAFTA longlist in the ‘Best Film (Non-English)’ category. Out of 49 submissions, 10 make it to the longlist, from which five are picked as the final nominations. The nominations will be announced on January 19, and the awards will take place on February 19.Adding to the good news, another entry from India has made the longlist. Delhi-based Shaunak Sen's ‘All That Breathes’, an internationally co-produced Hindi title, is also vying for a spot in the top five of the documentary category.In the ‘Best Film (Non-English)’ category, 'RRR' is in competition with 'All Quiet on the Western Front', 'Argentina, 1985', 'Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths', Cannes 2022 Grand Prix winner 'Close', 'Corsage', 'Decision To Leave', 'EO', 'Holy Spider', and 'The Quiet Girl'.