RRR review: A masterpiece; Rajamouli will leave you awestruck

Alia Bhatt, who is making her Telugu debut with the film, doesn’t have much screen space yet she will have your attention every time she appears on the screen

By Bhavana Sharma  Published on  25 March 2022 10:27 AM GMT
RRR review: A masterpiece; Rajamouli will leave you awestruck

Hyderabad: 'RRR' finally hit the screens on Friday and the entire nation is celebrating this masterpiece. Directed by Rajamouli, 'RRR' has Ram Charan Tej, Jr. NTR, Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, and others in roles that will leave an impact on you.

Story: The film is set during the time when India was under British rule. A young girl, Malli, from Adilabad forest, popular for painting amazing tattoos, impresses Mrs. Scott, the head of the British in India. The royal highness decides to take the little girl with her without her parent's permission. If anyone questions why or raise their voice, they have to bear the consequences. This happens in the absence of Bheem (Jr. NTR), the protector of these tribals. Bheem decides to risk his life if needed and bring Malli back home.

On the other side, a young Indian man, A. Rama Raju (Ram Charan Tej), working for the British is determined to do anything for the British, even at the cost of his life. Ram is on a mission to catch Bheem who becomes the reason for a ruckus in Delhi. If he catches Bheem alive, Ram will get the promotion he has been waiting for all his life. Will they succeed in their individual missions?

Performances: Ram Charan and Jr. NTR have outdone themselves in this film. They have given their career's best performance and there is no scene where they will disappoint you. Rajamouli is known for sculpting actors and making sure that they give beyond their best for the film. Ram Charan has proved that he is an amazing actor and when compared to his previous films, it is very much evident that he has matured as an actor. When it comes to Tarak, this film is like a cherry on the cake. He is already a great actor and in the role of Bheem, he has shown the world that he can portray, and that too splendidly, any character and make you fall in love with them. The transformation of Tarak and Charan into Bheem and Ram is unbelievable.

Alia Bhatt, who is making her Telugu debut with the film, doesn't have much screen space yet she will have your attention every time she appears on the screen. Ajay Devgn is another gem in this film and so is Shriya Saran. Samuthirakhani plays quite an important role in the life of Rama Raju and he is as great as usual.

Technical aspect: 'RRR' is a masterpiece from Telugu cinema for Indian cinema. It set new standards for Indian cinema. Camera, music, stunts, choreography, VFX, and screenplay in their best combination and teamwork has made it a huge hit. DOP Senthil Kumar will leave you awestruck with mind-blowing scenes. The lighting department has worked hard for this flick and it is visible when you watch the film. Music and background score by M.M Keeravani elevates every scene and emotion while stunts and action choreography will have the audience spellbound.

Rajamouli and his team, including the cast and crew, have worked for five hard years to make this film and the hard work and dedication, clarity, and preparedness are visible in every scene. Thanks to producer DVV Danayya for believing in the film and coming forward to produce such a masterpiece.

This weekend, 'RRR' is worth watching again and again.

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