RRR beats Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots to change into third highest-grossing Indian movie in Japan


SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR, which was launched in Japan on October 21, has surpassed Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots to change into the third highest-grossing Indian movie in Japan. The movie grossed Japanese yen (JPY) 180 million in 17 days after being launched on 209 screens and 31 Imax screens throughout 44 cities and prefectures in Japan.

In complete, 3 Idiots have made JPY 170 million in Japan. With JPY 180 million, RRR has surpassed 3 Idiots to take third place on the record of highest-grossing Indian films.

With a field workplace haul of JPY400 million, Rajinikanth’s Muthu, which was launched 24 years in the past, continues to be the highest-grossing Indian film of all time in Japan. The second-placed movie is SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2 with a JPY300 million field workplace haul.

SS Rajamouli, Ram Charan, and Jr NTR had been in Japan three weeks in the past to advertise their movie. RRR is a fictional story primarily based on the lives of two actual heroes and well-known revolutionaries – Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem – set within the Nineteen Twenties previous to independence. NTR performed Bheem whereas Ram Charan was Ram.

RRR, which was extensively praised for its breathtaking motion set items, was lately re-released in numerous US cities as part of the Past Fest.

The film obtained a thunderous response from the viewers when it was screened in October at TCL Chinese language Theatre. The 932 seats within the theatre had been bought out in 20 minutes, in response to a Deadline report. The film made $21,000 from the one exhibiting, bringing its complete field workplace income since its re-release to $221,156.

RRR remodeled Rs 1000 crore in worldwide field workplace income throughout its theatrical run.

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