In Superman: Red Son, we see Batman who is apparently now a Russian individual. Red Son is in DC's Elseworlds story arch AFAIK. So the origin of Bruce Wayne as Batman is not the Batman in Red Son. We don't get to see him without the mask in the movie, nor see any general Batman related status like Alfred/Butler, Wayne Manor/Mansion nor Bat-cave/a lair.

Whoever the Batman in Red Son is, his origin would not be the American Bruce Wayne story line.

What is the origin of Batman in Superman: Red Son? what causes the beginning of that Batman?

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    it's nice to know why down votes are here... – Vishwa Jun 19 '20 at 4:59
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    It's sort of an easily googlabe question, I found the answer in 2min from several different sources, maybe that? Also this movies.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/1658/… – Luciano Jun 19 '20 at 9:19
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    @Luciano easily google-able is a bit of stretch dont you think? yes, I really appreciate your answer and before posting here, I found it. but since it's fandom, I wanted to get more official answer. so thought I'd shoot here. being said, this is not in any way indication that your answer doesn't matter nor neglect-able. – Vishwa Jun 19 '20 at 9:58

From villains.fandom.com:

In an alternate reality, Batman became a ruthless anarchist after his parents are gunned down by Stalin's police force, vowing revenge on Pyotr Roslov and 20 years later became the most wanted man in the Soviet Union.

From wikipedia we learn that Pyotr Roslov was the head of the NKVD. He shoots a dissident couple (batman's parents) in front of their son (who would later become Batman) for anti-Superman propaganda.

This version of Batman is an adaptation of the character that appears in the DC comic book Superman: Red Son Vol 1 1.

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