RRR is a 2022 Bollywood action-drama movie directed by S. S. Rajamouli, and produced by D. V. V. Danayya. RRR stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt and Olivia Morris in the lead roles. The movie is a fictitious story based on two legendary freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharamaraju and Komaram Bheem. Set in the 1920's. The movie unveils both of them away from home (In Delhi) before they started fighting for the country.
|Story||K. V. Vijayendra Prasad|
|Cinematography||K. K. Senthil Kumar|
|Music||M. M. Keeravani|
|OTT Release Date||TBA|
days agoRemyaToo long movie, and somewhat predictable story with missing family, revenge, suffering, fighting back, good vs evils, Ramayana elements... again done in a very unique and enjoyable way.
days agoPreethyThe one movie which came in my mind after watching Rajamoulis three hour plus extravaganza is the late Manmohan Desais Mard (1985). Like Desais last hit, RRR is all about fighting against British who are depicted here as blood sucking vampires, no less! In fact, one British Generals wife demands more blood and gore as she witnesses the public flogging of a lead actor. Oofff!! By the way, the British are not just mere murderers but also randomly pick up innocent children from their village for a pound or two. The entire three hour screenplay is dedicated to bringing this child back from their evil clutches. Woah!! Unlike his previous Bahubali (2015), Rajamouli has chosen a flimsy plot this time and though he infuses his trademark dazzle and grandeur, the end result is nowhere close to his erstwhile blockbuster. Yup, we get many breathtaking visuals and superbly choreographed action setpieces but RRR just doesnt hold on the whole. In one scene, we see NTR Jr. holding a vintage motorcycle and then throwing it like a frisbee on his opponent. Oh, and we blame poor John Abraham in Bollywood for doing the same!! Of the cast, Junior NTR and Ram Charan are both brilliant and their onscreen camaraderie reminded me of Dharam-Jeetendra in Desais another hit Dharam Veer (1977). Thats the thing with RRR...it makes you nostalgic of all those Bollywood excesses of yore. The times when we applauded the hero bashing up a few thousands single handedly (Ram Charans intro for example) or ta
days agoSunilFinal Verdict: Rocking Riveting Roaring-Overall it is a great satisfaction, amazing feeling, Awesome experience, Proud moment