RRR has been winning hearts all across the globe. The SS Rajamouli film has not just impressed audiences in India, but all won hearts both in Eastern and Western Nations. It has created history with Naatu Naatu winning Oscar nomination for Best song, and winning the prestigious Golden Globe Award in the same category. Now, the film has completed 100 days in Japanese theatres. On the joyous occasion, director Rajamouli has penned a heartfelt note.
SS RAJAMOULI REJOICES AS RRR COMPLETES 100 DAYS IN JAPANESE THEATRES
RRR has been receiving immense love in Japan. The film has been running in 114 centres, and has now completed 100 days. On this occasion, SS Rajamouli penned a thank you note for the Japanese audience. Taking to Twitter, he 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 memories…But the Japanese fans are making us relive the joy. Love you Japan… Arigato Gozaimasu…#RRRinJapan #RRRMovie”
WHEN JR NTR TALKED ABOUT JAPAN’S LOVE FOR RRR
In an interview with GoldDerby, Jr NTR opened up about the love RRR received from the Japanese audience. He revealed, “Before we came here to see what the reaction of the West was, we were in the deep East. This movie collected 500 million Yen in Japan, it is no joke. I was there in Japan witnessing people crying. I felt they have expressed their love for RRR as audiences more than India could.”
RRR SEQUEL ON CARDS
Recently, at the red carpet of the Golden Globes Award, SS Rahjamouli opened up about the possibility of RRR sequel. He said, “When the film released and got a great reception, we toyed with the idea of a sequel. We had a few good ideas, but not a compelling one. Then, after it started finding its reception in the West, a few weeks back when we were discussing it again with my father and my cousin (who are a part of the writing team, a fantastic idea came up and we immediately started writing. But, until the script is done, we can’t take it forward, but we are in the process of doing that.”