With its central themes of nakama-esque friendship and mind-boggling badassery, it’s no surprise that S. S. Rajamouli’s smash hit film RRR has caught the eye of anime lovers and creators across the globe.
RRR, the highly anticipated film directed by S. S. Rajamouli, has garnered a massive following since its release. Drawing inspiration from the themes of camaraderie and breathtaking action, the movie has resonated with fans worldwide. The film’s popularity has even reached the anime community, capturing the attention of both enthusiasts and creators alike.
To further support the film’s upcoming dubbed screenings in Japan, an exciting collaboration has been announced. Starting from July 28, theatergoers will have the opportunity to receive a limited-edition illustration card featuring art by the renowned Yoh Yoshinari, known for his work on Studio TRIGGER’s BNA and as the character designer for CYBERPUNK: EDGERUNNERS.
Yoh Yoshinari’s unique artistic style perfectly complements the dynamic and visually stunning world of RRR. Fans of both the film and anime will undoubtedly appreciate the fusion of these two creative forces. The illustration card serves as a delightful collectible, showcasing Yoshinari’s talent and offering a memorable keepsake for moviegoers.
This collaboration highlights the global reach and cross-cultural appeal of RRR. It is a testament to the film’s ability to captivate audiences from diverse backgrounds and artistic preferences. The incorporation of Yoshinari’s artwork further reinforces the connection between the worlds of Indian cinema and Japanese animation, fostering a sense of shared appreciation and admiration.