RRR is director SS Rajamouli’s next big pan-India film after the two Baahubali movies. Radhe Shyam, on the other hand, is ‘proven’ pan-India star Prabhas’s upcoming film. Both films are going to have their motion posters released within a day’s gap.
It is an unplanned occurrence, though. The motion poster of character Komaram Bheem essayed by Jr NTR in RRR was supposed to be out for the star’s birthday. However, back then, the lockdown couldn’t let things happen on time. It is coming now (on October 22nd) to reignite the curiosity meter on the epic. Radhe Shyam makers are coming up with a motion poster (beats of Radhe Shyam) on the occasion of the birthday of Indian Rebel Star Prabhas on October 23rd.
There is no comparison or competition between the two as far as Telugu version goes. Here it is ‘one versus three’ scenario. However, when it comes to the non-Telugu that is, where it becomes one on one as it will be Prabhas versus Rajamouli then.
It will entirely only be Baahubali maker versus Baahubali star for the non-Telugu audience. Yes, RRR stars Jr NTR and Ram Charan, but they are like any other hero for rest of India. And it is here that the stats would be interesting to look into. They might or might not reflect the actual ground level craze, but it will be food for thought, no doubt.Don't MissWatch: Yash's Daughter Cheating While Gorging Ice CreamGetting to watch the videos of doting fathers with their daughters will ever be boring...Don't MissPolavaram Project To Remain A Dream Forever?Central Government seems to have taken a flipflop on Polavaram Project. Union Finance Ministry is...Don't MissHere is When Kajal is Going to Be KitchifiedKajal Agarwal's wedding has been around the corner since the announcement that she is going...Don't MissTrailer Talk: Revealing It All, A Final Punch From SuriyaThe trailer of Suriya's much anticipated Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Raa is finally out. It is...Don't MissPawan Kalyan To Be Tollywood's SaviourPowerstar Pawan Kalyan who announced his retirement from films to try his luck in Politics...