RRR Movie Review Rating:
Ram Charan, Jr NTR, Olivia Morris, Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Shriya Saran
RRR Box Office Collection Day-wise
RRR Box Office Collection Worldwide: RRR’s Worldwide Box Office Collection will be available in this article shortly; the gross total RRR Box Office Collection World-wide is expected to reach a target of $100 million in a single day; the film is not only released in India, but also in other countries. The RRR Box Office Collection for the entire world, as well as just India, will be available by Saturday (26th March 2022). The RRR film has been released in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. The main characters in this film are N. T. Rama Rao Jr, Ram Charan Teja, Ajay Devgn, and Alia Bhatt.
What’s Good: The ambition that is visible from scene one until the end, the crossing of the limits of ‘how far can you stretch?’ because you would expect the wildest outcome for a scene, but Rajamouli would go a step further!
What’s Bad: Some people would watch this on their televisions; I understand that not everyone has that luxury, but if you do, choose the best possible screen.
Duration: 186 minutes
About RRR: With a total budget of 550 crore, the film is expected to gross more than 700 crore at the box office with two or three sequels. N. T. Rama Rao Jr. plays Komaram Bheem, Ram Charan plays Alluri Sitarama Raju, and Alia Bhatt plays Sita in the RRR Movie. The film features a wide range of other characters, all of whom have played their parts convincingly. The film, which was released on March 25, 2022, was originally scheduled to be released on July 30, 2022, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before you read what the story is about, trust me when I say it will sound like any other ‘brutal Brits vs. ingenious Indians’ story, in which a White family abducts a child Mali because, well, why not? They’ve always done this, and what they’ve always done is exact revenge on them, but it hasn’t been as grand as this. So, now you know the basic plot: the kidnapped child from a poor Indian family is protected by Bheem (Jr NTR), because the film states that there is a herdsman for every group, and the Brits chose the wrong one to mess with.
Bheem clashes with Ram (Ram Charan) and eventually becomes his BFF, unaware that he is working for the British government. Ram is the type of officer who works even on weekends to keep his boss happy, but on the inside, he only wants’revenge,’ because why else would an Indian earn such a high rank in the British army? Despite the fact that Ram is a disgruntled employee of the company, he devises a strategy to gain their trust, and in order to do so, he does some pretty nasty things to Bheem. Bheem wants Mali, Ram wants vengeance, and you need to take a deep breath to process what has happened in the last three hours of your life.
Script Analysis of RRR Movie
Before this, every commercial masala film ‘aspired’ to be larger than life, but SS Rajamouli has time and again achieved that feat with his vision, and RRR is no exception. This is also a classic Rajamouli case in which the screenplay outshines everything, including the story (by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad), which pinches at times due to its 186-minute runtime. No, it doesn’t feel like a three-hour movie, but the second half is packed with action.
Prasad ji’s story takes its time building the past and present of Bheem and Ram, but it’s Rajamouli’s screenplay that puts the ‘large’ in the film’s ‘larger than life’ treatment. Prasad Ji has written the most lauded entry sequences for both Jr. and Ram and has raised the bar to a level that only Rajamouli can match. All of this, in addition to K. The cinematography of K. Senthil Kumar feels like a cosmic magical act being performed on stage. Even in scenes where there isn’t much drama to showcase action, Senthil simply uses ultra-wide zoom-out aerial shots to connect two scenes.
RRR Movie Review: Star Performance
Ram Charan achieves the perfect balance of style and substance as a charming Indian in a pre-independence British force. Ram now has the best ‘one vs many’ fight sequences in Indian cinema, thanks to Rajamouli and Prasad. I’d even go so far as to say it’s slightly better than Jon Snow’s ‘The Battle of Bast*rds’ from Game of Thrones, and you can judge me on that if you watch it first.
In the film, Jr NTR plays the heart of Ram’s brains. He demonstrates how to use brute force in one scene and then make a complete 180-degree turn to be equally poignant in another. For some reason, Jr NTR’s performance throughout the film reminded me of how much Aamir Khan would love to play such roles.
In their cameo appearances, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn perform admirably. It’s as if this could have been done without them, but it’s nice to have them. Ray Stevenson, Olivia Morris, and Alison Doody are the cast members.
RRR Movie Review: Direction, Music
Despite a weaker core story, I’d choose RRR over Baahubali because the amount of risks it takes is much higher, and the way it arrests you for 3 hours is much polished. Rajamouli provides so many high-octane, adrenaline-pumping sequences that by the end, you’ll agree with my statement that you’re “watching the MOST INDIAN CINEMA on-screen.”
MM Kreem completes the mystical trio of Rajamouli-Prasad-Kreem to provide a’seat shaking’ experience that cares for your ears and heart strings. Normally, a film of this caliber forgets to sound good in addition to looking good, but with Kreem on board, you can just sit back and milk the cream (okay, I was very tempted to do that).
RRR Movie Review: The Last Word
After all is said and done, RRR is what every ‘grand’ film before it aimed to be but couldn’t because we only have one SS Rajamouli. This lives up to the hype of ‘what’s next after Baahubali?’ and even outperforms it in my opinion.