The film, which had grossed over Rs 1,000 cr at the global box office, has gained international notoriety since its premiere on Netflix in May.
Lanzing, the author of “Batman Beyond” for DC and “Captain America” for Marvel Comics, praised the film in a Twitter post.
“Hey Jackson, was RRR the best movie time you’ve had?” he wrote alongside a photo of “RRR” which showed main star Ram Charan displaying a thumbs up sign.
Responding to Lanzing’s post, the official “RRR” Twitter account tweeted, “Another day, another round of applause for #RRR…From the author of DC’s ‘Batman Beyond’ and ‘Captain America from MARVEL Comics, “Kang” and more… #RRRMovie”
Another day, another round of applause for #RRR… ❤️From the author of DC’s Batman Beyond and MARVEL Comics’ Cap… https://t.co/Azn7pWI4Sg
— RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) 1655190545000
“RRR” also got a shout out to Karaszewski, the co-writer of movies like “Ed Wood,” “Agent Cody Banks” and “Big Eyes.”
“Those who say cinema is dead are looking in the wrong places. #RRR,” Karaszewski posted on Twitter.
Last week, American screenwriter C Robert Cargill, known for writing Benedict Cumberbatch star “Doctor Strange”, called Rajamouli’s film “the craziest” blockbuster he had ever seen.
“Friends came by last night to introduce me to the cult of ‘RRR’ (Rise Roar Revolt) and I’m here to announce that I’m now a full, really, deeply a member. This is the craziest, craziest blockbuster ever. sincere and weirdest thing I’ve got I’m pretty sure Jess and I are watching it again this week,” tweeted Cargill, whose other screenwriters include supernatural movies like “Sinister” and “The Black Phone.”
“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 Komaram Bheem, played by Jr NTR.