RRR is Rajamouli’s immediate next outing after the mighty Baahubali. But that doesn’t mean RRR can, in any way, be compared to the epic Baahubali 2.
A few people have now started comparing Baahubali 2 and RRR. This looks very funny and amateurish.
The point to be noted is that Baahubali 1 & 2 are more like once-in-a-generation films. RRR should be seen as a different entity. It marks the coming together of two of current generation superstars – Jr NTR and Ram Charan and this alone is a rarity these days. As a matter fact, another multi starrer like this may not repeat in the next decade in Telugu industry itself. Because, there is no other director who can convince two top stars and deliver a film like RRR, other than SS Rajamouli.
Even if we take a look at the box office aspect, RRR broke Baahubali 2’s opening day record and few other key records already in the domestic circuit. The multistarrer is set for a 15 Million+ grosser in the USA as well which is an outstanding feat.
Not just RRR, another Indian film can’t replicate Baahubali 2’s enigma and hype. Only fools will compare RRR or any other film with Baahubali 2.
RRR should be seen as an individual film and be treated based on its own merits and demerits. There is no point in drawing any childish comparisons.