RRR is dancing back into theaters for a third time in the United States as S.S. Rajamouli’s Tollywood blockbuster continues to be a massive hit.

RRR is dancing back into theaters in the United States for a third time. Originally released in March 2022, RRR unites two of Tollywood’s biggest stars, N.T. Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan, for an epic story about brotherhood and bravery. The Telugu-language film, which was written and directed by S. S. Rajamouli based on a story by his father V. Vijayendra Prasad, has shattered cultural barriers and become a global phenomenon.

Now, RRR is set to return to theaters in the United States for a third time as part of Fan “CelebRRRation.” Per Collider, a special screening will be held on March 1 at The Theater at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles with special appearances from Rajamouli, Charan, the film’s composer M.M. Keeravaani, and other special guests. After that, RRR will roar into over 200 theaters across the United States starting on March 3.

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Jr NTR and Ram Charan in RRR

RRR returning to theaters in the United States for a third time underscores just how popular the film has been across the country. For American audiences who have embraced RRR, the Indian epic represents what has been missing from Hollywood-produced blockbusters. In one movie, RRR brazenly combines bombastic action sequences with energetic dance numbers and perhaps most importantly, a heartfelt friendship between Bheem and Raju. Many had the same reaction to RRR as the legendary director Steven Spielberg, who said he “couldn’t believe [his] eyes” when he saw it.

RRR returning to theaters will also represent somewhat of an awards season victory lap for the film. While it wasn’t eligible for Best International Film at the Academy Awards since India chose to nominate a different title for contention, RRR‘s “Naatu Naatu” won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song and was nominated for an Oscar in the same category. The song scores Bheem and Raju’s dance-off against imperialism, a scene that went viral and encapsulates why RRR has become so beloved. This is just one of many moments from the three-hour epic that audiences will be able to experience on the big screen once again.

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Source: Collider

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