SS Rajamouli’s RRR was released in cinemas on March 25. Let’s find out what the Janta has to say about it!
Directed by the visionary SS Rajamouli who makes chaos look grand and artistic in his movies, RRR is set in the 1920s when the freedom struggle was brewing in India. We get to see the power pact duo of Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju aka ‘Ram’ and Jr NTR as Komaram Bheem aka ‘Bheem’, portraying the story of the unsung revolutionaries who fought for our freedom. The friendship and camaraderie between these two freedom fighters become the film’s main canvas. We also get to see Shriya Saran, Rahul Ramakrishna, Samuthirakani, and Rana Dagubatti as pivotal supporting characters in the movie. Olivia Morrison as Jennifer, an empathetic British woman will win your hearts whereas Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody play the ruthless Scott and Lady Scott respectively. The exceptionally talented Alia Bhatt makes her debut in the South with this film by playing the role of Sita, bringing credibility to the innocence and inner strength of her character. A cameo appearance by Ajay Devgn also brings weight to the film’s star cast. The jaw-dropping action sequences are directed by Soloman Raju and Nick Powell. The film is produced by DVV Entertainment, Lyca Productions, and Pen India Limited.
From Bheem combating a tiger to Ram actually looking like an avatar of Lord Ram with a bow and arrow, RRR makes its protagonists look like superheroes who fight for our independence from the crude British colonialists. There’s fire as an element for Ram, the angry-young policeman who has his hidden agenda and then there’s water as an element for Bheem’s simple and emotional nature whose desperation to find Malli, a young girl from his village captured by Lady Scott to be a singing doll for them will make you emotional. The three hour movie keeps you thoroughly entertained because of it’s well-written screenplay and the duo’s dynamic chemistry.
Let’s find out the Janta’s review of this action-adventure!
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