Tokyo, November 19 – Jr. NTR and Ram Charan’s RRR continuous to Nattu Nattu at the Japan box office as it is creating records one after another.
The SS Rajamouli’s directorial is well on track to become the highest-grossing Indian film in Japan after it crossed 280 million Yen (16.10 crores) in 31 days. It is the fastest Indian film ever to reach the target and there are no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Going with the current pace, “RRR” will easily cross second highest Indian grosser “Baahubali 2’s” lifetime collection in Japan of ¥330 million and has a very good chance to beat Rajinikanth’s “Muthu”, which is currently the highest-grossing Indian film in Japan.
Rajinikanth’s “Muthu” created a huge impact in Japan and made Thalaivaa one of the biggest Indian stars there. Prabhas too have a very good fan following over there, thanks to “Baahuabli” films, and now, “RRR” is leaving a huge mark on Japanese audiences.
Produced by DVV Entertainment, “RRR” has grossed approx. 1130 crores worldwide, and is the 4th highest-grossing Indian film of all-time.