The wait is now over, as RRR finally hit theatres today, on March 25. SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus stars Ram Charan and Jr NTR in the prominent roles, with Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn, among others, playing crucial roles. The movie’s bookings have already begun, and most shows, particularly in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, are already filling capacity. RRR is projected to have one of the greatest openings in Telugu cinema history, with 66 theatres screening the 2D version of the film in Hyderabad alone already selling out seats for Friday.
Ticket prices in the state, however, are less expensive than in many North Indian cities. NCR is the most costly RRR ticket seller. A ticket for RRR at PVR Directors Cut, Ambience Mall, Gurgaon, costs Rs 2100, according to BookMyShow pricing, excluding the overhead taxes. The ticket price is for the Hindi-dubbed 3D version of the film.
While the NCR circuit is charging the biggest buck for the movie, Mumbai stands second in the list, with a ticket at PVR ICON: Phoenix Palladium, Lower Parel. A recliner seat ticket for the 3D version of the Telugu movie costs Rs 1320, without the convenience fees.
Third on the list is Pune. A ticket for the 3D version of RRR in Telugu costs Rs 1250 at PVR ICONL The Pavillion Pune. Fourth on the list is Chandigarh, with a ticket at PVR LUXE VR Punjab Mall in Mohali costing Rs 975 per head for the Hindi, 3D version of the movie.