RRR: Rise Roar Revolt Movie Review
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RRR Movie: Release Date, Trailer, Music, Cast
- Vijayendra Prasad
- Sai Madhav Burra
- Madhan Karky
Stars: N.T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt
Release date: March 25, 2022 (India)
Release date Officially: February 18, 2022
Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada
Filming locations: Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad, India
Production companies: DVV Entertainment
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RRR Movie Review
Everyone is talking about RRR for a good reason: Rajamouli, SS With BAAHUBALI, and BAAHUBALI 2 established the trend of PAN-India films. The second part — the facts are well known — holds the enviable distinction of being the highest-grossing *Hindi* film.
Naturally, there are high expectations for RRR's third PAN-India film in a row. Also, it marks Jr NTR's Hindi debut, as well as Ram Charan's second appearance in Hindi. Two extremely well-known Telugu film actors.
After a long absence, Jr NTR and Ram Charan reunite with Rajamouli. For the uninitiated, RRR is Jr NTR's fourth collaboration with Rajamouli, while Charan reunites with Rajamouli following the mega-success of MAGADHEERA.
This time, there's a lot on the line. BAAHUBALI  arrived with zero expectations at the time. After the historic success of BAAHUBALI 2 , RRR is carrying the baggage of expectations and also has to deliver the numbers. The crucial question is whether RRR lives up to the high expectations.
Rajamouli returns to the past with RRR, as he did with BAAHUBALI [both parts]. The difference this time is that it is about two revolutionaries. RRR is also set in the pre-independence era .
Now let’s come to the point. Despite its marathon run time, RRR is a solid entertainer that will keep you entertained. The screenplay is superbly written, the twists and turns are captivating, and the nail-biting episodes and superbly executed action sequences keep you enthralled until the final credits roll. The best part is that you don't know the plot [Rajamouli hasn't revealed much either, pre-release], so what happens on screen completely surprises you.
Without revealing any spoilers, here is the plot. It is the year 1920. India is ruled by the British. Malli, a tribal girl, impresses the wife [Alison Doody] of British officer Scott Buxton [Ray Stevenson]. To the surprise of her parents and the rest of the tribe, she abducts the girl and takes her to Delhi.
The tribe's representative, Komaram Bheem [Jr NTR], promises to bring Malli back. When the British learn about Bheem and his mission, they make the decision to find him at any cost. No one, however, knows what Bheem looks like. Alluri Sitarama Raju [Ram Charan], a police officer, accepts the challenge.
Rajamouli's films have a desi feel to them and are full of entertainment. RRR is no exception. He understands what his audience expects from him, which is why each sequence is packed with entertainment. Wait, Rajamouli also understands that mass moments devoid of emotion will backfire, which is why his films have a strong emotional undercurrent. RRR also has it.
Rajamouli has a fantastic sense of narrating an epic story, as evidenced by the visuals. The introductions of Ram Charan and Jr NTR, in particular, leave you speechless due to their sheer magnificence.
RRR contains enough worthwhile material to keep the audience's attention for the majority of the film's running time. The emotional component is well balanced by subtle humour, drama, action sequences, and, of course, some breathtaking visuals that will leave you speechless.
Are there any hiccups? Yes, the pace slows after intermission in the second act. Furthermore, a few sequences in this hour aren't particularly convincing. Sure, it's an entertainer, and no one should expect logic, but a few scenes fall flat. Also, Alia Bhatt's character could have been written better.
RRR is supported by Jr NTR and Ram Charan's massive shoulders. Jr NTR is exceptional, pitching a flawless act that never misses a beat. He provides RRR with much-needed power. Ram Charan is incredible. Thrilling in dramatic and action scenes. The attractive act adds weight. Also, Jr NTR and Ram Charan's dancing abilities in 'Naacho Naacho' leave you speechless. This song's choreography deserves special mention.
Furthermore, the two actors have dubbed their lines in Hindi themselves, and the diction and word flow are flawless.
Alia Bhatt is given little screen time, while Ajay Devgn appears in a well-written cameo. The antagonists are played well by Ray Stevenson [Scott] and Alison Doody [Lady Scott]. Olivia Morris is given a limited role. Shriya Saran does well in a cameo.
'Naacho Naacho,' from the soundtrack, is a smash hit, and 'Sholay,' from the end credits, is a fitting way to end the film. The cinematography by KK Senthil Kumar is spectacular and does full justice to the film's scale. Sabu Cyril's production design is outstanding. Rama Rajamouli's costumes are meticulously researched, and the attention to detail is impressive. VFX [V Srinivas Mohan] matches global standards. Action sequences are one of the strengths of the film.
Overall, RRR is a terrific entertainer made for the big screen. The film has the potential to be a massive hit.
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RRR Movie Cast
This film stars a slew of well-known actors. Furthermore, the film's director, choreographers, and producers worked on a massive scale to create this film. The complete information is as follows:
- as Komaram Bheem
- as Alluri Sitarama Raju
- as Sita
- as Key Role
- as Jennifer
- as Lady Scott
- as Scott
- as Young Alluri Sitarama Raju
- as Cunningham
- as Sarojini
- as Guri
- as DSP Philip Green
- (as R. Bhakti Klein)
- as Edwards
- as Loki
- as Guri
- as Hero's mother
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