Rajamouli’s RRR effect: More pre-independence-era films are coming up.

Rise, Roar, Revolt, directed by S.S. Rajamouli, has become an international phenomenon. It is the fourth-highest-grossing Indian film of all time and one of the most successful and costly Indian films ever made.

With over 45 million views worldwide, Netflix, which has been streaming the film since May, even claimed it to be the most-watched Indian film on its platform. Its scenes and GIFs have gone viral on social media, and critics adore it. It’s an unquestionable global success slam-dunk. This period drama from India’s largest filmmaker is a cinematic event. It comes from the Telugu-language film industry of Tollywood in South India, as opposed to the more well-known Hindi-language industry of Bollywood.

After the magnanimous commercial and critical success of Rajamouli’s RRR, now all the filmmakers are focusing on pre-independent periodic films. We can expect more pre-independence-era films.

Indian filmmakers are now focusing on the Indian history of the British Era, so we can expect more British-era films. As of now, Telugu films Tandel, Devil: The British Secret Agent, Devara-Part One, and Tamil film Captain Miller are set for release.

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