“RRR Becomes the First Indian Movie to Attain One Million Viewers in Japan”


RRR is a period drama directed by SS Rajamouli that has emerged as a monstrous global hit. It has earned over Rs 80 crore at the box office in Japan and for the first time in Indian film history, the movie has achieved one million footfalls. As of Tuesday, the movie successfully completed 164 days since its release, and celebrated one million footfall milestone.

The director of the movie expressed his joy on his Twitter handle and thanked the Japanese fans for their unwavering love and support. He reported that everyone involved in the movie is feeling extremely warm and grateful with this miraculous success of ‘RRR’.

The movie stars Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, and Alia Bhatt in the lead roles. Besides being a massive commercial hit, it is also a bonafide cultural juggernaut. The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ was highly acclaimed and also bagged an Oscar and a Golden Globe in the category of ‘Best Original Song’.

The story is about two iconic revolutionaries, Alluri Sita Rama Raju and Komaram Bheem, and their struggle against the British Raj. The movie effectively captures the emotions, aspirations, and effort of people’s movements and set in pre-independence India. The movie promises to offer an unforgettable cinematic experience with its epic scale, top-notch performances, and spectacular visual effects.

About SS Rajamouli

SS Rajamouli is an Indian filmmaker who is widely known for his effective direction and narrating powerful stories. He has directed many successful films such as Sye, Chatrapathi, Chandamama, Magadheera, and most recently, the commercially successful and critically acclaimed ‘Baahubali’ duology.

The success of his movies has won him critical recognition and awards. He was recently honoured by the Italian Senate with a plaque for his contribution to cinema and also won the Padma Shri Award in 2016. He is widely regarded as one of the most successful filmmakers in the history of Indian cinema.