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Last time director SS Rajamouli managed to wow the audiences was in 2017 with his film Baahubali The Conclusion. After the film it took five years to think of his next movie RRR (also made in Hindi) film, then release it on the screen. Making a multi-starrer film with Jr NTR and Ram Charan as the main characters could be a feat in and of itself. However, Rajamouli does a great job of delivering in the plot.
RRRruns with a fairly basic premise. There’s “fire” – an angry youth police officer Ramaraju (Ram Charan) who is loved and hated from the British. He’s done their task for many years, he’s the person who they smack on any person they wish to catch, yet he’s not given enough respect because of the color that his complexion. There’s also ‘water’, a simple, sweet, innocence Bheem (Jr NTR) who is strong and brute but only uses it to accomplish his goal. He’s an Gond tribesman who’s come into the city to save the young girl named Malli who was kidnapped from her by the Lady Scott (Alison Doody) who wanted to make her the singing doll to be placed on (her) the mantelpiece’. However, that’s only one part of the story.
Rajamouli’s new cards appear to be creating a new. Since, despite being inspired by two revolutionaries from the past, RRRhas a story that is completely fictional. Delhi 1920s is the new backdrop. Bheem may have fought the Nizams in such a way they considers it necessary to warn the British that they shouldn’t take him lightly. However, he also has a place to stay in the midst of Muslims who live in Delhi. Ramaraju may appear to be an experienced soldier who can obey orders without hesitation, but he seems to have a past that no other than his father (Samuthirakani) is aware of. Scott (Ray Stevenson) may think that people who are ‘brown rubbish deserves the chance to have a bullet thrown on them, but Jennifer (Olivia Morris) appears more sympathetic. This isn’t the freedom action where you turn your other cheek, but the kind of movement where you use your hands to weaponize.
The initial part of RRRruns as if clockwork. There’s a strong emotional component in Malli and there’s the song and dance of Naatu Naatu(it’ll cause you to laugh) and a romance that is that is explored via Dosti There’s also some laughs when Bheem attempts to become friends with Jennifer. The film takes liberties with cinematics, however they’re not as obvious when compared to the final scenes which is where the film falters little. Some scenes take a long time because we know something that a character does not. The way that Ramaraju’s fiance Sita (Alia Bhatt) is interspersed into the story, aside from Ram Charan’s change to a different look, also feel forced in a story which was easy sailing. After how Bheem is portrayed effortlessly with no story being revealed, the way in which Ramaraju’s story is told seems to be a bit sloppy. The conclusion leaves a lot to be wanted. However, the good thing is the fact that this film does manage in catching your attention. Rajamouli uses certain themes that were established in the first portions of the film to create later portions of the film in a clever way.
However, Rajamouli is able to deliver something that people have been pinning for: a commercial action-packed drama that keeps viewers entertained for hours – and it does. The length doesn’t turn out to be an obstacle because of a well-crafted screenplay. The VFX in some parts could’ve been more effective. Jr NTR performs his best performance of his career. He is charming as Bheem particularly in his emotional scenes and his desire to discover Malli shines through as does his affection for Ramaraju. Ram Charan also does well in putting his heart into the changes his character undergoes. Tarak as well as Charan’s characters demand they have chemistry and they have. Alia Bhatt Olivia Morris, Samuthirakani, Ajay Devgn, Shriya Saran, and many others perform their roles well. Olivia particularly has the ability to charm you. Alison and Ray perform well in their roles. Keeravani’s soundtrack for the film may not be suitable for everyone, however Keeravani is a master at the BGM. Senthil’s camerawork is enjoyable too.
RRRis not perfect however, because considering the manner in which Rajamouli manages certain scenes, you’re left wondering what he could’ve done to do better in other scenes. However, you should watch it this weekend if your heart is longing for a thrilling action drama. Particularly if you’re a lover of the main duo.
RRR Movie IMDB Rating:
IMDB has given a rating of 9.2 out of 10 for RRR. If we go by the rating, then it is an indication that RRR is a must-watch film. A fictitious story about two legendary revolutionaries and their journey away from home before they started fighting for their country in 1920’s.
Forget about the reviews or rating, RRR features our beloved actors Jr NTR and Charan, how can we miss it? Jr NTR and Ram Charan will surely keep the audience glued to their seats with their stellar performances. Their effort in the film surely deserves good rating and accolades from movie buffs.
The film is produced by Danayya under D.V.V Entertainments. RRR Movie Review
RRR Movie Budget:
As per reports, the budget of RRR has exceeded the budget of SS Rajamouli’s last film Baahubali: The Conclusion by at least Rs 100 crore. Andhra Pradesh minister Perni Nani told reporters, “We got an application from the makers of RRR. As per that information, the producers have spent Rs 336 crore on the movie, excluding GST and the salaries of the cast and crew. Soon, the file will reach the Chief Minister and we will decide on the further hike of movie ticket prices.”
The excitement is high among the team of RRR too. Jr NTR, who’s previously collaborated with SS Rajamouli in Student No 1 (2001), Simhadri (2003) and Yamadonga (2007), said, “This movie will be an emotional rollercoaster. There will be times when you’ll hold onto your seats, wanting to pull it out, rip it apart. You’ll laugh, cry, you’ll be many things!”
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