Director:S. S. Rajamouli
Cast:NTR, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Olivia Morris, Samuthirakani, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson
Producer:D. V. V. Danayya
Music:M. M. Keeravani
Release Dt :Mar, 25 2022
RRR is the story set before independence in 1920s. Ram (Ram Charan) is an aspiring cop who works for the British. He works with an aim to fulfil the dream of his baba (Ajay Devgn). He meets Akthar (NTR) and the duo turn thick friends. Their real identities unfold at a time after which Ram has to arrest Akthar who is the most wanted for the British. The rest of RRR is all about how Ram transforms into Alluri Seetharama Raju and how Akthar turns Komaram Bheem and revolts against the British. Watch RRR to know about the back story and the rea story for their revolt.
NTR and Ram Charan: Their roles are well balanced and they took the film to the next level with their performances. They are powerfully presented and they did their job well.
Action blocks: All the action episodes are well designed and the blocks are well placed, executed.
The background score and Sound Design: Music played a crucial role and the sound design, background score are the highlights of the film. All the songs are shot and placed well.
Interval Episode: The interval episode is quite impressive and takes the first half to the next level.
Introduction Episodes: The introduction episodes of Ram Charan and NTR are well designed and powerfully presented. Both NTR and Ram Charan did justice for their roles.
Climax: The climax episode is shot well and is powerfully packed. NTR and Ram Charan take their revenge on the British.
Direction: Master storyteller SS Rajamouli does his job well and the way he presented the film has been top class. He is the major highlight of RRR.
Lengthy Second Half: The second half of RRR looks lengthy and some of the episodes look dragged.
Conflict Point: The real conflict point of the film was not well justified in the second half and the focus stood on the action episodes.
Routine: The second half of RRR looked routine.
NTR is the show stealer of RRR and the actor is loud and confident enough throughout. He roars loud with his performance and dominates the show completely. Ram Charan is a feast to watch and his transformation is gorgeous. The actor emoted well and he excelled in the action episodes. Alia Bhatt has a cameo and she looked simple, beautiful in the role. Ajay Devgn looks powerful in an extended cameo and carried the backstory of the film well. Olivia Morris was good and she did a great job in the role of Jenny. All the supporting actors did their parts well.
RRR has a lean plot that was developed well and executed with perfection. The screenplay in the second half should have been better and the dialogues are good. The music, background score and sound design are the biggest strengths of the film. The cinematography work in RRR stands out and the presentation was so good. The technical aspects and the VFX work are the other highlights of the film. The production values are grand. SS Rajamouli who happens to be the country's top director excels once again with his work.
RRR Final Word
RRR is a film that is well blended with action and a strong emotional drama. NTR and Ram Charan are just exceptional with their performances.