‘RRR’ Opens to Raving Reviews; 9.2 Rating on IMDb

Story Highlights
  • RRR has released in theatres on March 25th.
  • The film casts two of Telugu cinema’s biggest stars Ram Charan and Jr NTR.
  • RRR is a fictional story inspired by Telugu freedom fighters Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem.

After much delay, SS Rajamoli’s directorial RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt) was released in theatres today, March 25th and while the first day has not yet concluded – movie review websites are flooded with extremely positive reviews for the Ram Charan and Ir NTR-starrer film. The movie also stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in extended cameos. The audience has given big thumbs up to the film, as the period-action drama is currently enjoying a massive 9.2 rating on the entertainment portal, IMDb.

Calling the film as ‘pride of Indian cinema’, a netizen has rated RRR – 9/10 and has called it “Mind-blowing, Charan, Tarak performances are top-notch, they gave their career-best performance.” From VFX, Music, to Production design and everything, people are smitten by the magic Rajamoli has created on the big screen. Another rated the movie 10/10 and his review reads, “RRR bleeds SS Rajamouli in every frame from the action to dance to the dialogue.”

As per reports, the budget of RRR has exceeded the budget of SS Rajamouli’s last film Baahubali: The Conclusion by at least Rs 100 crore. Andhra Pradesh minister Perni Nani told reporters, “We got an application from the makers of RRR. As per that information, the producers have spent Rs 336 crore on the movie, excluding GST and the salaries of the cast and crew. Soon, the file will reach the Chief Minister and we will decide on the further hike of movie ticket prices.”

The audience has particularly impressed with the duo of Charan and NTR, the two have indeed left the movie- goers spellbound. If you are planning to give it a watch, Rajamouli’s directorial ‘RRR’ is a fictional story inspired by the lives of Telugu freedom fighters Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. The film explores a blind spot in history for a cinematic spectacle, as there seem to be no records of what happened in the lives of the mentioned freedom fighters, when they were away from their homes.

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