Resul Pookutty’s statement that “RRR is a gay love story” prompted a response from the Baahubali producer

Resul Pookutty recently stated that SS Rajamouli’s RRR is a homosexual love tale, however, the Baahubali producer has refuted that statement.

Oscar-winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty sparked a heated argument when he claimed that Jr. NTR and Ram Charan’s characters in SS Rajamouli’s masterpiece RRR were involved in a gay love triangle. A homosexual love story isn’t always a terrible thing, Shobu Yarlagadda, the producer of Baahubali, said in response to the criticism leveled at him by online users. He tweeted, “I don’t think @RRRMovie is a gay love story as you say but even if it was, is ‘gay love story’ a bad thing? How can you justify using this? Extremely disappointed that someone of your accomplishments can stoop so low!”

Meanwhile, Resul Pookutty defended himself by retorting that he was only quoting an article that referred to RRR as a gay love story. He tweeted, “Agree totally. Absolutely nothing wrong even if it was. I merely quoted my friend, the banter that already exists in public domain and nothing else. There is no stooping factor in this. You don’t have to take it seriously Shobu, I didn’t mean any offend to any stakeholders. I rest my case here!” Resul Pookutty has said that Alia Bhatt was just employed in the movie as a prop. The technician stated that he was once more paraphrasing the comments from the paper when discussing the same.

The public responded enthusiastically to RRR, which debuted in theatres in March of this year, and it generated significant revenue at the ticket booths. The project tells a made-up story with the pre-independence era of the 1920s as its setting. Two revolutionaries named Alluri Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR) who are seeking vengeance on the British colonialists are the subject of the story.