No Telugu Film Ever Faced Such Media Hatred Before

SS Rajamouli’s RRR movie has completed 2 years, and it was Baahubali that created the pan-India market. It was RRR that established the international market for Telugu cinema.

Forget how RRR rampaged in the U.S. or how it was received by the White population. Most importantly, this movie has successfully created a potential market in Japan, which is a significant addition. These new markets and the revenues they bring will blow everyone’s minds when Rajamouli’s next film releases.

The worldwide gross of Rajamouli’s movies from his next will be in a league that no one can even imagine today.

But if we look back at what happened when RRR was released, particularly a section of the media spit venom on Rajamouli and the film. The funny fact is this media gave RRR a lower rating than the recent release Om Bheem Bush and disasters like Radhe Shyam.

They churned out hate stories like Rajamouli could not even get a seat in the front row at the Oscars despite spending so much money, but he never entertained these people, and he won’t in the future as well.

In a way, the way this particular section of the media spit venom on Rajamouli and RRR, no other film in Tollywood history has ever faced.

But in the end, the movie speaks, and its box office matters. This planted hatred killed their credibility earned over the years, and it’s a continuous downfall from then on. Such movies leave a lasting impact, and they make irreparable damage, and that’s what this film RRR did to them in the end.