The Jr NTR and Ram Charan starrer is followed by ‘Baahubali’, which boasts Rs 152 crore, and ‘KGF Chapter 2‘, which raked in Rs 134.5 crore on its opening day. The Rajamouli directorial has successfully pulled the theatres out from their post-pandemic lull and has attracted viewers to cinemas in the scorching April heat. One record after another is being broken at the box office by this film that has crossed the milestone mark of Rs 1050 crore.
‘RRR’ offers viewers a chance to live in the larger-than-life world created by Rajamouli. The audiences in theatres welcomed the heartfelt story of freedom fighters to the pan-India space of movies with an uproarious response that has not died down in its third week. Set in 1920, RRR explores the undocumented period in the lives of Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR) and Alluri Sitarama Raju (Ram Charan), when both the revolutionaries choose to go into oblivion before they joined the fight for independent India.