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Megapowerstar Ram Charan Tej’s most hyped flick of his entire career Rangasthalam has released today massively. With an enormous buzz in the domestic region, reports from the overseas suggest that this movie did wonders in Charan’s decade-long career.
Right from the beginning, Charan has a bad market in the US. Despite his trails with Orange, Bruce Lee and other movies, he failed to establish a solid market for his monotony roles. However, he broke the jinx with his previous flick Dhruva. Along with hard work and dedication, he himself been to the US and promoted the flick to sky high. The result is his royal entry into one million dollars club. Dhruva ended up collecting $ 1.5 million and opened up his US fan base. With Rangasthalam, he attracted them with his down to Earth nature and discipline. Promos of this flick too did their work. Guess what, the movie opened up with record openings in Charan’s career. Just from the premiers alone, this movie grossed $ 635 K from 140 locations. This movie crossed Sardar Gabbar Singh premiers ($ 616 K) from 200 locations. Overall, this movie occupied 6th position in the all-time highest premier grocers in the US. Despite the movie’s talk, this is something Charan earned in his career as a hero.
The movie opened up with rave reviews all over. Critics claim that the movie is completely true in its narration except for some dragged emotions in the second half. Otherwise, this movie fetched good name to Charan and Sukumar. Let us wait until the end of today to have the actual overall talk of this project.