‘RRR’ saw the weakest occupancy in Punjab and NCR, but it is still better than ‘Sooryavanshi’. The growth in mass circuits on Saturday is a good sign and a huge jump can be expected on Sunday. The film could even register the highest single day collections post pandemic beating ‘Sooryavanshi’ and ‘The Kashmir Files’. If the film manages to cross the Rs 30 crore nett mark on Sunday, it will be a first for any film post pandemic.
‘RRR’ had overall performed exceptionally well on its opening day earning around Rs 223 crore gross worldwide. Among the Hindi film circuits, the film also brought in the Bihar Circuit which has been lagging earlier.
‘RRR’ narrates a fictional story about two Indian revolutionaries who fought against the British and Nizam of Hyderabad. It features Jr NTR and Ram Charan in the lead roles. The film released in Telugu along with Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions. Speaking about Ram Charan’s action packed intro scene in the film, Rajamouli had told IANS, “Ram Charan’s intro was one of the scariest shots in ‘RRR’. It has people as many as 1,000 marching towards Ram Charan, ready to attack him. That shot was so high-voltage, just to imagine. That adrenaline rush when 1,000 people gang up against one guy, is emoted with such a great effort. I was scared during the shot, as Ram Charan wasn’t visible in the dust and among 1,000 people. But, thank goodness, he completed the shot unscathed.”