#BoycottRRRinKarnataka hashtag trends on Twitter as Kannada version gets less preference in state


With just two days away from the big release of SS Rajamouli’s hyped mega-budget film, RRR, the hashtag #BoycottRRRinKarnataka has been trending since March 22. The film, slated for release on March 25, starring Jr NTR and Ram Charan,  has made fans from Karnataka extremely unhappy as SS Rajamouli and the RRR team are giving less preference to the Kannada version of the film. As per local media, less number of shows have been allotted to the Kannada version of RRR throughout Karnataka,

While the film is scheduled for a grand release on March 25, in five different languages, netizens from Karnataka are angry because the Kannada dubbed version of RRR is not releasing widely in Karnataka whereas the other four Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi versions have been allotted more screens in comparison to the Kannada one.

The film had previously undergone multiple delays owing to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Several Kannada fans have demanded the RRR team to allot more screens for the Kannada version for widening its reach in rural Karnataka.

What the grand cinematic visuals of RRR is about

RRR has been set as a fictional period war drama based on the lives of Telugu freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem, wherein Ram Charan plays Alluri Seetharama Raju and Jr NTR essays the role of Komaram Bheem.

The film has been produced on a massive budget of over Rs 450 crore by DVV Danayya and also includes Bollywood actors Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn. Others among the supporting cast are Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Olivia Morris and Samuthirakani.

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