If there is an intention, then beautiful, grand and end-to-end cinema-like Hollywood can be made in India too. Rajamouli proved this with his Bahubali series. Now RRR confirms this once again. Rajamouli’s RRR has lived up to the expectations.
The story of RRR revolves around two main characters, Alluri Sitaramaraju (Ram Charan) and Konaram Bheem (Junior NTR). In the film, Konaram Bheem comes to the city to rescue a little girl, Malli, who has been captured by Lady Scott. Ramraju and Bheem then form an unlikely pair without knowing each other’s true intentions.
The film has been shot very beautifully, and the VFX work is also good. Rajamouli has given a climax-like thrill to the interval of RRR, the public will be forced to return to the seat quickly after the interval.
The first part of RRR is superb, the second part is a bit regular though with a good climax. Rajamouli’s RRR is going to be a money-spinner at the box office.
Jr NTR has given one of the best performances of his career. He is excellent as Bhima. Ram Charan did a great job too, transforming the soul into his character Ramaraju.
Ram Charan and Jr NTR’s roles required them to have good chemistry, which they managed to have. Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Olivia Morris, Shriya Saran, and others have played their roles well.
Overall, RRR is a treat for those who love larger-than-life cinema, choose RRR this weekend, and you will not be disappointed. We are going with 4/5 stars for Rajamouli’s RRR.