RRR, starring the two superstars of Telugu Cinema Jr NTR and Ram Charan, is finally releasing on 25th March 2022. India’s best director, SS Rajamouli has finally brought the epic action drama to the big screens. The audience are experiencing a visual wonder and an emotional ride from the magnum opus film. The film is going to stand as India’s best film in terms of making and India’s highest grosser in terms of collections for sure. Let us discuss what Rajamouli and his team has delivered to the audience with the masterpiece RRR showcasing the lives of Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju in a fictional story.
Cast And Crew:
Title – RRR
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Release Date – 25th March 2022
Genre – Action, Drama
Director – SS Rajamouli
Producer – DVV Danayya
Production Company – DVV Entertainments
Music – MM Keeravani
Cinematography – Senthil Kumar
Editing – Sreekar Prasad
Production Design – Sabu Cyril
“RRR” Telugu Movie Review:
Malli, a young tribal girl from the Adilabad area of India in the 1920s, gets abducted by the British men. Rama Raju(Ram Charan), a policeman who works for the British Government takes the charge to trap and catch Komaram Bheem(Jr NTR) whom the Britishers are looking to arrest for his trails to save Malli. Later, Rama Raju and Bheem become friends and fight together against the British on a common purpose of saving the tribes. How the friendship between Ram and Bheem gets constructed and how did they solve the conflict together is the rest of the story.
On Screen Performances:
Jr NTR and Ram Charan sharing the screen space together is the biggest visual feast for the audience, especially Telugu cinema lovers. Both the actors gave electrifying performances in their respective roles of Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju. Tarak looks much wilder and intense in the film and surely it is an award winning performance. He also has a few shades of innocence as Bheem. Also Jr NTR enhances an ocean of emotions in the song Komaram Bheemudo. Charan is much more energetic compared to his previous encounters and his performance is top notch. He looks ruthless and tough as a policeman in the first half and his transformation into a freedom fighter during Raamam Raghavam song sets the screens on fire. Most importantly, the bromance and the chemistry between the two actors on screen, particularly in the action sequences, the friendship song Dosti and the dance number Naatu Naatu is the true reflection of their friendship and bonding off screen. They are in perfect sync with each other. RRR will surely last as the best multi-starrer of Indian Cinema for a long time with the exceptional efforts and effective results from Jr NTR and Ram Charan.
Ajay Devgn’s role and performance is a special package to the audience. He gives the film an additional boost with his presence and the role of playing Rama Raju’s father. Alia Bhatt as Sita looks so beautiful and perfectly fits the role. She looks to be a great pair with Ram Charan. Olivia Morris, Shriya Saran and Samuthirakani play the supporting roles very decently.
Off Screen Highlights:
SS Rajamouli once again shows his supremacy in making larger than life films. He made RRR a masterpiece with unimaginable ideas and optimal visuals. To dream of a film like RRR and executing it so perfectly without any flaws is truly Rajamouli’s mark. As stated on several occasions, he truly made the audience forget the star images of the actors, post their respective introduction scenes and travel along with the characters till the end. Rajamouli gave the perfect intro scenes for the two lead actors balancing their star image. Ram Charan was introduced as a ruthless and tough policeman in a huge action scene in a heavy crowd. Jr NTR has got the best introduction of his career in the jungle action with the tiger. Running the film on a perfect linear screenplay with a flashback episode in the second half, Rajamouli managed to give a high moment to the audience for every 15 minutes throughout the film. The interval block and the climax part of the film exposes the international standards of Rajamouli’s making with dynamic action episodes. The best mark of Rajamouli in the entire film is that he showcased the emotions of the characters on the front line even in such an action packed film.
Vijayendra Prasad has written a brilliant storyline for the film, especially the sequences showing the friendship between the characters Bheem and Rama Raju is elegant to watch. Sai Madhav Burra’s dialogues are very impactful and intense. He brought the authentic Nizam language of the 1920s back for the dialogues of Bheem.
MM Keeravani engaged the audience right from the beginning to the end with terrific and soulful music. He made that emotional impact on the audience. The songs were timely placed. The Janani song will stuck in the hearts of the audience. The songs are equally choreographed well. Dosthi shows Rajamouli’s mark and Naatu Naatu sets the feet on fire.
The production values of the film are incredible. It’s not just the money spent in large numbers by DVV Entertainments, it is the very minute care with which every single scene is shaped out that makes RRR stand on the peak of Indian Cinema today.
The works of cinematographer Senthil Kumar and the production designer Sabu Cyril are priceless. They created the magic on screen with their remarkable works. Creating Delhi of the 1920s and presenting it elegantly is just incredible. RRR is a spectacular masterpiece presented by the efforts of every technician and credits goes to all of them.
RRR starts with an emotional purpose and Rajamouli has built the first half with those layers of emotions, friendship between the lead actors Jr NTR and Ram Charan and packs it with solid action till the high octane interval block. The second half drives the audience deep into the story, characters and their transformations. The film ends with a major dynamic action episode with electrifying performances of the lead actors.
On a single note, “RRR is Flames and Waves Of Emotions packed with Profound Action“.
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