Rajamouli pens thank you note SS Rajamouli’s’ RRR’ has come a global sensation. The film starring Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, which was released last March, is still making plutocrat at the box office. Rajamouli’s film has completed a noble 100 days at the Japanese box office.
The action film, which was released in Japan on October 21, came the loftiest- grossing Indian film in Japan. Marking the big corner, Rajamouli penned a thank you note to all the suckers who helped in achieving the major mark. Taking to Twitter, Rajamouli wrote” Back in those days, a film running for 100 days, 175 days,etc. was a big thing. The business structure changed over time.
Gone are those fond recollections. But the Japanese suckers are making us relive the joy. I love you, Japan. Arigato Gozaimasu, Back in those days, a film running for 100days, 175 days etc was a big thing. The business structure changed overtime.Gone are those fond recollections. But the Japanese suckers are making us relive the joy. The film surpassed Rajinikanth’s 1995 film’ Muthu,’ which was the loftiest- grossing Indian film of all time with a box office collection of JPY 400 million( roughly Rs23.5 crores).
The Golden Globe- nominated film has grossed 410 million yearning at the Japanese box office. Meanwhile, the movie has garnered immense love from the transnational followership, and numerous prominent personalities, filmmakers, and directors have praised the movie. And, lately the film has made history as the first Telugu film to get a bravery Song nomination for its song’ Naatu Naatu’. The film has bagged two awards at the Critics’ Choice Awards and one at the LA Critics’ Awards.