RRR is a Telugu-language period activity movie directed by S. S. Rajamouli. This film features two wonderful actors Ram Charan and Jr. NTR. The plot is based on the lives of two freedom fighters – Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, who battled against the British Raj and is set in the pre-independence era (1920).
The film’s title, RRR, stands for “Roudram Ranam Rudhiram” which translates to “Rage, War, Blood”.
The Story Behind Story of RRR
Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem are two famous Telugu freedom fighters hailing from the South India regions – now called Andhra Pradesh and Telangana respectively. They both were born almost at the same time and fought with the British at almost the same time (few year apart, the exact time gap is not known). There is no historical evidence that they both met in their lifetimes.
The creators of the story, SS Rajamouli and his father Vijayendra Prasad thought of a fictional subject – what if they both met each other in Delhi (Britishers’ administrative capital with their best army) and fought with the British together? This imagination has excited them both and hence sat together for many days to develop the story.
The Naatu Naatu Song
We can’t talk much about the RRR movie without talking about the more popular Naatu Naatu song. The song shows a perfect symmetry of some great dance movements of two great dancers. The music is wonderful, and the choreography is outstanding.
The “Naatu Naatu” song won many national (Indian) and international awards including Golden Globe award. The song lovers and entertainers across the globe recreated the dance movements and made videos that garnered millions of views on YouTube as well. The views for the song are still fetching millions of views each month on Youtube and other platforms.
The music for “Naatu Naatu” song is composed by MM Keeravani, written by Chandrabose and choreographed by Prem Rakshit.
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7 Reasons why RRR movie is a Masterpiece
These are seven reasons why the film has been acclaimed as a masterpiece by critics, moviegoers and also by the movie lovers from the western countries.
1. Epic Grandeur and Scale
RRR is an epic film in every sense of the word. The plot is set in the early twentieth century and follows two rebels, Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, as they fight against the British Raj. The film is set against the backdrop of India’s war for independence and offers magnificent cinematography and larger-than-life action sequences that captivate moviegoers.
The magnificence of the sets and the magnitude of the production reflect the film’s budget of around 450 crores (nearly $60 million). The film was shot in numerous places throughout India, including Hyderabad, Vadodara, and Bulgaria, and every part of the film was well-planned.
2. Stellar Cast
RRR offers an outstanding cast that comprises some of Indian cinema’s top names. N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan play the key roles, with Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Shreya Sharan, and Olivia Morris providing support. The actors delivered superb performances, bringing their characters to life with conviction and passion.
3. Effective storytelling
RRR is no exception to SS Rajamouli’s ability to tell compelling and fascinating stories. Though the story film is based on real-life revolutionaries who battled against the British Raj, the real motive about the story is to show the friendship two rebels from diverse origins who share the same purpose.
While Ram (Ram Charan) joins the British camp to reach his goal, Bheem (NTR) fights in his own tribal way. Ram faces the hatred of fellow Indians for supporting the British and Bheem takes the help of animals, a great flower of friendship flourishes between them in an unexpected way. Their relationship goes through a roller coaster kind of love-hatred-love emotions to finally help each other reach their goals together.
The film examines themes of fraternity, loyalty, and sacrifice, and the emotions depicted in the film are guaranteed to leave an impression on moviegoers. The creator never lost track of entertainment and elevations at each scene.
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4. Mind-blowing Action Sequences
Some of the most amazing action moments in Indian cinema can be seen in RRR. The action moments in the film are choreographed with precision and executed brilliantly, making them a joy to watch. The climax of the film is a visual spectacular that will have viewers on the edge of their seats.
5. Amazing Graphics Effects
The visual effects of RRR are just breathtaking. The film contains some of the most astounding visual effects ever seen in Indian cinema, as well as perfect attention to detail. The film’s visual effects crew did an amazing job of bringing the film’s concept to life, and the result is a visual feast that will captivate spectators.
6. Message of Unification
RRR’s theme is one of togetherness and variety. The film follows two rebels from different sections of India who join forces to fight for a common goal. The film also contains actors from many sections of India, and the film’s message is that we are all one people despite our differences.
7. Fascinating Music
M. M. Keeravani, best renowned for his work in Baahubali, composed the music for RRR. The soundtrack for the film combines traditional Indian music with current beats, and the songs are both catchy and profound. The film’s background score is also superb, and it adds to the emotional effect of the film.
The entire world now knows about the great music composed for the “Naatu Naatu” song.
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RRR is an epic story about two warriors who battled oppression and injustice during a stormy period in Indian history. The film is a visual delight, with gorgeous vistas, fantastic action sequences, and superb performances by the key actors. S. S. Rajamouli, the director, has once again demonstrated his ability to construct a gripping story that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. RRR is a must-see for any fan of Indian cinema or anyone who enjoys a good story about bravery and persistence.