SS Rajamouli’s much awaited magnum opus RRR has released in theatres on March 25. The period drama brings together two of Telugu cinema’s biggest stars

Ram Charan and Jr NTR. The movie also stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in extended cameos. If the buzz is anything to go by, then RRR is set to create a new opening

day box office record this Friday. “I am expecting around Rs 150 crore gross opening from all languages, just in India,” Girish Johar, film producer and trade expert told

As per reports, the budget of RRR has exceeded the budget of SS Rajamouli’s last film Baahubali: The Conclusion by at least Rs 100 crore.

Andhra Pradesh minister Perni Nani told reporters, “We got an application from the makers of RRR. As per that information, the producers have spent Rs 336 crore

on the movie, excluding GST and the salaries of the cast and crew. Soon, the file will reach the Chief Minister and we will decide on the further hike of movie ticket prices.”

The excitement is high among the team of RRR too. Jr NTR, who’s previously collaborated with SS Rajamouli in Student No 1 (2001),

Simhadri (2003) and Yamadonga (2007), said, “This movie will be an emotional rollercoaster. There will be times when you’ll hold onto your seats, wanting to pull it out, rip it apart.

Rajamouli has 100 percent success as he has never delivered a flop in his illustrious career, which began when Student No 1 hit the screens in 2001

His brand value and the movie's stunning production values should help it put up 'Baahubalian' numbers on day 1. The fact that Tarak and Charan are establishe