'RRR' shows no sign of slowing down, producer says 417K footfall in Japan theatres since Oct 2022 release – Economic Times

‘RRR’ fails to win BAFTA nod, Shaunak Sen’s ‘All That Breathes’ bags a nomination
RRR director SS Rajamouli opens about Hollywood debut; says it is a ‘Dream to make film in Hollywood’
‘RRR’ lost BAFTA nod to ‘All Quiet On The Western Front’, ‘Argentina 1985’ & ‘Corsage’. What makes these foreign films special?
The weekend that made us the happiest since #RRR ‘s release at the Japanese Box Office❤️#RRRMovie recorded a HUGE… https://t.co/RZy6jNY7w3
Very happy to see so many conversations happening about #RRR, even after 50 days of release in Japan. Reaching more… https://t.co/XiACQpvZIL
Screens have increased since last week💥💥#RRRMovie recorded 3,23,211 footfall in Japan as of yesterday and continu… https://t.co/BQjomtPrxo
It has been a fantastic 2023 for the ‘RRR’ team.
The ‘RRR’ team – SS Rajamouli, MM Keeravani, Ram Charan and NTR Jr – had a glittery moment at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. From winning the trophy to making a red carpet appearance, the ‘RRR’ family made India proud.
The fast-paced track, ‘Naatu Naatu’, from ‘RRR’, danced its way to a Golden Globe Award as the ‘Best Original Song – Motion Picture’. Keeravani’s composition was up against songs sung by Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
After the prestigious Golden Globe Award, director SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus ‘RRR’ bagged two awards at the 28th edition of the Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles. ‘Naatu Naatu’, starring Jr NTR and Ram Charan, bagged the Best Song honour, and won a trophy for the Best Foreign Language Film.
Rajamouli was on top of the world when he got a chance to meet ‘Avatar’ director James Cameron. He said the film-maker had watched ‘RRR’ and recommended the movie to his wife. He further added that the director-duo analysed ‘RRR’ for 10 minutes.
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In a major relief for the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Securities Appellate Tribunal has set aside the capital-market regulator’s disgorgement order of ₹625 crore against the country’s biggest bourse in the co-location case.
Banks have asked the government for protection against the arbitrary arrest of board members for commercial decisions such as the granting of loans. They want similar immunity for executives deputed to boards of borrowing firms.
The government has proposed the decriminalisation of several violations under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) to further improve the ease of doing business and speed up corporate failure resolution.
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