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RRR: The highest-grossing movie in the world in 3 days


South Indian superstar Ram Charan and Jr. NTR’s much talked about action movie ‘RRR’ has taken the world box office by storm not only in India. In the last three days (March 25-26), the movie has set a record in the world’s highest box office collection; The income is 60 million US dollars, which is about 520 crore rupees in Bangladeshi currency.

The Times of India, one of India’s top news outlets, claims in a report that the last three (March 25-26) worldwide, ‘The Batman’ collected. 45.5 million and ‘The Lost City’ collected 35 million.

The report further claims that on the third day of its release, RRR collected Rs 126 crore (gross) worldwide. In all, in the three days since its release, the movie has grossed over Rs 450 crore.

Influential Bollywood-based portal Bollywood Hangamar claims that ‘RRR’ has collected Rs 465 crore at the world box office in its first weekend (Fri-Sat-Sun). Although the portal’s special note, all of it is an estimated statistic to cite trade analysts.

According to the Times of India, the movie grossed Rs 240-260 crore worldwide on its first day, though moviegoers say it collected Rs 223 crore. The total collection of the movie on the second day in all editions is 105 to 110 crore rupees (gross).

Alia Bhatt is the heroine of South Indian superstar Ram Charan in the movie ‘RRR’. The movie is written and directed by SS Rajamouli. Junior NTR and Ajay Devgn are seen in this movie.

According to Andhra Pradesh Minister Parni Nani, the film has a budget of Rs 336 crore, excluding the salaries of Ram Charan, Jr. NTR, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn. All in all, the budget of the movie is more than 400 crore rupees.

As shown in the story of the movie ‘RRR’, it is centered around Indian freedom fighters Alluri Sitaramaraju and Kamaram Bhim, who fought against the British dynasty and the Nizam of Hyderabad.

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