INDIA: RRR, starring Jr NTR and Ram Charan, has conquered the box office since its debut. At the worldwide box office, the film has now officially grossed Rs 1000 crore.
The Telugu version of RRR earlier rocked the box office with a first-day collection of Rs 120 crore.
The first-day collection of the film in other regional languages goes as follows:
- Tamil release: Rs 10 crore
- Hindi release: Rs 25 crore
- Kannada release: Rs 14 crore
- Malayalam release: Rs 4 crore.
The film was also released in over 75 countries worldwide, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the Middle East. As a result, the RRR’s first-day box office grosses are over Rs 240 crore.
RRR has been postponed several times owing to the pandemic, but it was finally launched on March 25, 2022. Since then, it has raked in record-breaking box office receipts. On April 10, the film’s box office total surpassed Rs 1000 crore.
This puts the RRR over 1000 crores, joining two other films in the category. S. S. Rajamouli’s film has now entered the ranks of Amir Khan’s Dangal (2016) and Bahubali: The Conclusion (2017). Dangal grossed Rs 2024 crore, while Bahubali: The Conclusion took in Rs 1810 crore, putting RRR in third place. S. S. Rajamouli has to compete with himself for the second spot, which is a significant accomplishment for his directorial tagline.
A narrative of two revolutionary freedom fighters from history, Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju, embarks on the struggle for freedom from the British Raj. The story follows a fictionalized version of these legendary heroes that begins with Britishers forcibly abducting a tribal girl Malli, provoking Bheem to go on the hunt for the Britishers.
On the other hand, Ram is an ally or, to put it another way, a hardcore policeman under the domain of the British Raj who is resolute in the pursuit of his goal.
The tale revolves around what will happen when these two powerful forces collide and who will emerge victoriously.
Jr NTR as Komaram Bheem, a Telangana’s Gond tribal warrior who battled the British Empire and the tyrannical Nizam of Hyderabad. Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju, Andhra Pradesh’s revolutionary leader who launched an armed struggle against the British Raj.
Ajay Devgan as Venkata Rama Raju, Ray Stevenson as Governor Scott Buxton, Shriya Saran as Sarojini, Olivia Morris as Jenny, Makarand Deshpande as Peddanna, and Alia Bhatt as Sita.