The stronger the emotions, the more people love a movie, says Rajamouli

S.S. Rajamouli opened the doors for pan-India films with his magnum opus "Baahubali", but he says he is not a visionary and that all he can do is make movies that reach the maximum number of people.

Speaking about his filmmaking philosophy on the sidelines of a press conference to promote his upcoming Telugu-language period drama, "RRR", Rajamouli said pan-India movies can be gamechangers for Indian cinema.

"Over the course of my career I learned that the stronger the emotions, or more basic the emotions, the more people tend to like your movie," Rajamouli said. "That's what I have been doing. When I saw how 'Baahubali' was liked by the entire country, I realised that if films are based on stories driven by basic human