C. Robert Cargill is in love with ‘RRR: More than 3 months have passed since the release of Ram Charan and Jr NTR starrer and SS Rajamouli directed ‘RRR’ but for some good reason its discussion is still going on. Recently ‘RRR’ has been re-released in US, where people also called it a gay romance film. However, all the audience appreciated its picturisation. The Telugu film has become a successful blockbuster hit across the country. After making a splash at the box office, it is now streaming on OTT and people are giving reactions about RRR on social media.
RRR became popular among American people
Digital streaming of the film continues internationally as well. Its online success has brought the film back into the news abroad. Many Americans have written good things on Twitter about the Rajamouli, Rama Rao and Ram Charan films. Meanwhile, Hollywood screenwriter C Robert Cargill, known for penning Benedict Cumberbatch starrer Doctor Strange took the help of micro-blogging site to praise ‘RRR’.
What the Hollywood writer said RRR?
Sharing a poster of ‘RRR‘s on Twitter, he wrote: “Friends came over last night to initiate me into the cult of RRR (RISE ROAR REVOLT) and I’m here to report I am now fully, truly, deeply a member. This is the craziest, most sincere, weirdest blockbuster I’ve ever seen. I’m pretty sure Jess and I are watching it again this week.”
Americans prefer to watch RRR in theaters instead of OTT
It is being told that American viewers are showing interest in watching ‘RRR’ in theaters instead of OTT. By the way, some special screenings for such excited viewers have already been done in the US. Nevertheless, many big names are appreciating its content and the performance of the star cast. According to the report in March, the film had already earned Rs 38 crore at the US box office and now it has been re-released.
Starring Ram Charan and Jr. NTR in the lead roles, the film since its release has earned over Rs 1,150 crore at the box office. It is based on the lives of revolutionaries Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR) and Alluri Seetharama Raju (Ram Charan) in pre-Independence India.