NTR fans releases RRR promo on biggest screen in Las Vegas
A video screening of promo in biggest screen at Las Vegas has gone viral on social media sites and the netizens praised the fans for their love towards their beloved actor.
As director SS Rajamouli’s RRR is all set to release worldwide in cinema houses tomorrow ( March 25), fans' excitement is reaching sky high, and they simply can’t contain their excitement.
In USA’s Las Vegas, fans of NTR Jr screened their beloved actor’s promo on one of the largest billboards in that city.
A video of the same has gone viral on social media sites and the netizens praised the fans for their love towards their beloved actor.
RRR is a fictional war drama movie based on the lives of Telugu freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem. NTR Jr will be seen as Komaram Bheem and Ram Charan plays Alluri Seetharama Raju.
Rajamouli’s RRR is a mega-budget movie made at a cost of Rs 336 crore approximately, it’s release was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of the most expensive movies ever made in India and the fans are eager to watch the magnum opus on the silver screen. In the US the movie will be releasing Dolby Digital screen which made the first-ever Indian movie to release on those screens.
One of the Twitter user, Vinay Gudapati wrote “Welcoming Mass God @tarak9999
Our AD on one of the largest billboards (which spans in length almost equal to the entire length of a football field) in Las Vegas,USA (Entertainment capital of the world) - USA NTR FANS”
According to the source, RRR's theatrical pre-release business is the greatest ever for an Indian film, beating Baahubali: The Conclusion's record of Rs 350 crores. In addition to the Rs 470 crores, RRR would raise additional Rs 275 to Rs 300 crores from non-theatrical receipts, bringing total recoveries to Rs 750 crores, according to Pinkvilla.
Besides NTR Jr, Ram Charan Teja, the movie also stars Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhat, the movie is produced by DDV Entertainment. Cinematography done by K. K. Senthil Kumar, it is edited by A. Sreekar Prasad, music scored by M. M. Keeravani