SS Rajamouli's RRR continues to triumph on all fronts as it has now been announced to be India's biggest grosser in Japan. The Telugu epic action drama film starring Jr. NTR and Ram Charan in the lead roles now has the highest footfalls and box office collections in the East Asian country grossing more than 410 million+ YEN with 271,000+ admissions in only 55 days after its release. RRR has been basking in tremendous glory ever since it was released overseas and is currently one of the most debated films among fans on social media around the world. Check out the RRR team's announcement below:

RRR has also in the process surpassed the 24-year-old record of 'Superstar' Rajinikanth's 1995 blockbuster, Muthu, in both footfall and box office collections. During its release in Japan, the SS Rajamouli directorial grossed ¥73 million (₹4.07 crore) in its first weekend, which was the biggest for an Indian film, and opened at the tenth position in that week. Although Muthu came out in India in 1995, the film was released in theatres in Japan in 1998 under the title Muthu – The Dancing Maharaja, and went on to become the highest-grossing Indian film there, while also elevating Rajinikanth's fan following. This latest big success for the RRR team will come as a big boost ahead of the awards season as the film has already won several big accolades at the Boston Society of Film Critics, Hollywood Critics Association Awards, Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle, and Saturn Awards. 

As RRR continues to race ahead with its award-nomination spree in the United States, the film is also expected to create history at the 95th Academy Awards. The film has also grossed Rs. 1200 crore at the worldwide box office minting more than Rs 900 crore at the Indian box office.