RRR Movie Review: Today, March 25, 2022, the highly anticipated film RRR was finally released, and it has undoubtedly shaken cinemas worldwide. We all know that S.S. Rajamouli’s vision is limitless, and after Bahubali, every actor wants to work with him, but he chooses his actors based on the story, as he did with RRR.
Fans of Telugu cinema’s two biggest stars, Ramcharan and Jr. NTR, have high expectations of their directors, and Rajamouli is the only one who can live up to both their star power and their fans’ expectations when collaborating with them as co-starters. The entire world has been watching the greatest film of all time as of today. If you’re interested in learning why this film was so good or whether it’s worth seeing, you can read the review below.
What’s the Story of RRR
A Gond Tribe little girl was brought with a British governor named Scott, and the story takes a different turn when Bheem fights the British government and Rama Raju is appointed as a hunter to catch Bheem, but the two become best friends in the tale. The story takes place in the pre-independence era when Rama Raju (Ramcharan) works for the British government and Bheem works for the Indian government (NTR Jr). The rest of the story follows both men’s journeys to becoming freedom fighters.
RRR Cast & Crew
Ramcharan, Jr.NTR, Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, and Samuthirakani are among the all-star cast. M.M. Keeravani composed the music for the film, which was directed by S.S. Rajamouli. DVV Danayya under the banner of DVV Entertainment produced the film. The film RRR is currently showing in theatres.
|Cast Leads||Ramcharan, Jr.NTR and Alia Bhatt and also features Ajay Devgn, Samuthirakani, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Olivia Morris|
|Written by||V. Vijayendra Prasad|
|DOP||K.K Senthil Kumar|
S.S. Rajamouli, one of India’s most celebrated filmmakers, and Jr. NTR and Ramcharan, two of Telugu cinema’s biggest stars, are a potent combination that is causing quite a stir at the box office.
This film, like all Rajamouli films, is known for its strong characters and emotions. Despite the film’s brilliant sequences, many of the scenes will give you goosebumps, and the emotion will drive you from beginning to end.
Rajamouli has done an excellent job of balancing Ram and Bheem’s personalities, as I previously stated. We’ve all heard he’s a master of elevation scenes, and this film has more than any other, but what sets this one apart is that every scene will make you feel something.
Ramcharan as Ramaraju is outstanding, as evidenced by his hard work on his makeover, and he is outstanding in every way; Jr.NTR as Bheem is unquestionably the best actor to play Bheem; his hard work and dedication are evident on screen, and he mesmerizes you in emotional scenes; and Alia Bhatt as Sita is outstanding, despite her role having less screen time.
Senthil Kumar, M.M. Keeravani, and the rest of the cast and crew, in keeping with Rajamouli’s style, did an excellent job.
Finally, RRR is a visual feast, and even though it runs for three hours, you won’t notice once the movie starts.