RRR Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- D V V Danayya
- K K Senthil Kumar
- S. S. Rajamouli
- Alison Doody
- Music Composer:
- M.M Keeravani
- Edward Sonnenblick
- Rahul Ramakrishna
- Ray Stevenson
- Ram Charan
- N T Rama Rao Jr
- Ajay Devgan
- Engaging script and screenplay
- Stunning intro for both heroes
- The pan-Indian movie's gigantic appeal with many cameos
- VFX works are magnificent, and KK Senthilkumar's visuals are astounding
- Nothing big as a mistake
RRR is scripted and directed by SS Rajamouli. The story is by KV Vijayendra Prasad.
Sai Madhav Burra penned the dialogues. “D V V Danayya” produced the film. KK Senthilumar cranked the camera, and Sreekar Prasad edited the film. MM Keeravani composed the music. The movie, shot on a budget of Rs 550 crores, has "N T Rama Rao Jr" and Ram Charan in the lead roles. Ajay Devgan plays a vital role in this movie with Alia Bhatt. "Samuthirakani," Shriya Saran, Olivia Morris, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Rajeev Kanakala, Chatrapathi Sekhar, Rahul Ramakrishna, and Edward Sonnenblick play supporting roles.
In the 1920s, while the British were ruling India, people were treated as slaves. The British grabbed a girl from a tribal group and enslaved her, and took her with them. Bheem from the same tribal community decides to bring her back. Ram is a cop working for the British army to fulfill his personal wish. To bring the girl back, Bheem had to clash with Ram. What is Ram's aim? Will he go against the British? Will he join Bheem and save the girl? The rest of the story deals with this.
Excellent performances by Ram Charan and Tarak. They excelled well in the given roles. Their chemistry is fantastic. Ram Charan and Tarak's body language and dialogue delivery are astounding. Alia and Ajay are perfect. Shriya and Samuthirakani did what is asked of them. The rest of the cast did justice to the given roles.
Rajamouli's screenplay is terrific. The intro scenes are planned and executed well. The fans of both the heroes will surely get Goosebumps. Rajamouli didn't waste much time in setting the base. His talent is showcased in dual hero stories like Baahubali and RRR, where he had to treat both of them the same. He has given equal importance to both heroes and satisfies both their fans. Though Alia and Ajay appear for a short time, they impress the audience. The visuals are fantastic, and the BGM by MM Keeravani is just stunning. Naatu Naatu is superb for its music, choreography, and the heroes' dancing skills. The climax is superbly shot, and the final 20 minutes are mind-blowing. It is superheroic and makes the audience get Goosebumps while watching.
What's Not There?
RRR, the highly expected film nationwide, had not disappointed the fans. Many surprising elements are available to make the fans jubilant. The climax is super stunning. Even if you are not a Ram Charan, Tarak, or Rajamouli's fan, you will definitely love watching the film!