Doctor Strange Writer Spills ‘RRR’, Calls It ‘The Most Heartfelt, Weirdest Blockbuster’

American screenwriter C Robert Cargill, known for penning Benedict Cumberbatch star Doctor Strange, has called filmmaker SS Rajamouli’s RRR the “craziest” blockbuster he’s ever seen. Released in March, RRR opened to a thunderous response at the box office with much praise for Rajamouli’s fantastic vision and great editing of a story of two friends.

The film, which had grossed over Rs 1,000 cr at the global box office, has gained wider international acclaim since its premiere on Netflix in May.

Cargill, whose other screenwriting credits include supernatural films like Sinister and The Black Phone, took to Twitter and wrote that he was happy to be part of the “cult” that is RRR.

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“Friends came by last night to initiate me into the cult of ‘RRR’ (Rise Roar Revolt) and I’m here to report that I’m now a fully, truly, deeply a member. It’s the craziest, most heartfelt, weirdest blockbuster I’ve ever seen. I’m pretty sure Jess and I are watching it again this week,” read her tweet, which had over 15,000 likes.

RRR is Rajamouli’s third consecutive blockbuster after Baahubali: The Beginning and its sequel, Baahubali: The Conclusion.

The film followed the fictional story of two early 20th century Indian freedom fighters – Alluri Sitarama, played by Ram Charan and Kumaram Bheem, played by Jr NTR.