The Gond tribe lived in the jungles of Adilabad in British India in the 1920s. From where Scott and his wife forcibly take a little girl Mali and take them to Delhi. For each group in this tribe there is a guard who can go to any extent to save his people. Bheem (Junior NTR) – dynamic and strong comes to the rescue Malli. But the British government learned of this, and to stop Bhima, they chose Ramraju, a pseudonym for Ram (Charan), who worked as a policeman for the British. No Ram has seen Bhima where Bhima has seen Ram. Thus, with one incident, the two became friends and over time it deepened. They both spit on each other. But Bhima wants to somehow get Mali out of the middle of the British, and Rama wants to catch her equally. So what happens when they both learn the truth from each other? The story revolves around this puzzle.
The film also takes us in retrospect to Ramaraj’s childhood, where the story of his father (Ajay Devgan) and Sita (Aliya Bhat) takes place. Along with the flashbacks, the story reveals many secrets that make the film interesting in the second part.
Director SS Rajamouli based this film mainly on two feelings, patriotism and friendship. Both expressions are such that they directly touch the heart. This shows the greatness and strong action series of the film.
Rajamuli is a master at making up fictional stories and he proved it once again with RRR. He has put a lot of such scenes into the film, which is a great experience to watch on the big screen. At the same time, it is also clear from the film that the star of Jr NTR and Ramcharan has been remembered. The director gave the same heroic moments to both. He portrayed their characters as fire and water. Ram aag hai to bheem paani .. In one scene Ram says – “The revolution that I wanted to bring through weapons, this Bhima ki ek song ne ladya”.
Two aspects in which the film fails are the emotional connection and the slow pace of the script in the second half. The director tries to connect you with the characters with the help of many scenes, but you do not reach this level of sentimentality, at which you begin to feel feelings for the character.
The film is entirely of junior NTR and Ram Charan. The director is also aware of the star of both actors, so he gave equal opportunities to both. Whether it’s emotional scenes or fight scenes, dialogues, intro or screen presence, both actors have an equal share. So he also gave his best.
In the action sequences, the junior NTR and Ram Charan are very strong, while in the emotional scenes the eyes of both speak. Ajay Devgn appears on the screen for a few minutes, but leaves an impression. Alia Bhat looks good in the role of Sita. At the same time, Olivia Morris, Samutirakani, Ray Stevenson, Alison Doody, and Sriya Sharan did justice to their supporting characters.
One of the strongest aspects of the film is the cinematography of KK Senthil Kumar. Rajamuli and Senthil Kumar reunited after the Baahubali franchise, and it is no exaggeration to say that Senthil Kumar captures Rajamuli’s vision of greatness very well. There are many scenes in RRR that stay in your mind for a long time. The Hindi dialogues of the film were written by Ria Mukherjee, which is average. There are only a few dialogues in the film that catch your eye. At the same time, the editing of A Sreekar Prasad is commendable. Although the length of the film could be reduced by 10-15 minutes.
The music of the film is provided by MM Cream, which serves to elevate the film. While “Dosti” plays in the background, it excites you, the energy of the actors in “Nacho Nacho” makes you wonder, while “Janani” becomes emotional. The Hindi lyrics of the songs were written by Ria Mukherjee and Varun Grover. At the same time, the background score of the film is also huge.
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Directed by SS Rajamouli, RRR is the perfect movie to watch in cinemas, where the splendor of each scene leaves you stunned. If you are a fan of Jr NTR and Ramcharan, then this movie is a must watch for you. 3.5 stars for RRR from Filmbeat.
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