Baahubali fame S.S. Rajamouli’s much-hyped period action thriller drama RRR-Rise, Roar, Revolt has hit the theaters on Friday, March 25, 2022 worldwide.
The Magnum Opus was announced in March 2018 after the stupendous success of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion and the wait of fans have finally ended with the release.
The Pan India movie, bankrolled by D.V.V. Danayya under his DVV Entertainments is originally shot in Telugu and has been released in multiple Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada.
Earlier, the film was scheduled to be released on July 30, 2022, but due to COVID-19, the release date was postponed and the makers decided that the big budget movie would join the Sankranthi race and will come out in theaters in January 2021.
Again, it couldn’t go as per plan and on the eve of Republic Day 2021, the makers announced Oct 13, 2021 as the release date, but again COVID-19 restriction didn’t make it happen. Later, March 25, 2022 was confirmed as the final release date of the most-talked action drama.
RRR Twitter Reviews
Ever since the movie has hit the theaters, it is getting massive appreciation and praises from all over the world and the excitement level of the fans is all time high.
The duo- Jr. NTR and Ram Charan have just robbed the show with their power-pack performance. Whether it is dance, acting skills or action sequences, both Tollywood heartthrobs have nailed it.
The punches, the dialogues, the performances of every cast including Alia Bhatt, Olivia Morris, Ajay Devgn including antagonists Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody was just phenomenal and whistle-worthy.
The early reactions to the film are mind-blowing, with fans complimenting the film by the phrases like “Paisa Vasool”, the “Proud of Indian Cinema” and the leading duo’s “career-best performance”.
If we talk about the home-city Hyderabad, massive crowds are gathering to watch the early morning shows all over the city. The lead actor Ram Charan also reached Sri Bhramaramba theaters to watch his early morning show and waved at the fans gathered outside the theater.
Popular movie critic Taran Adarsh defines the movie in one word “Terrific” and has given it 4 out of 5 stars. He praises the screenplay as well as the direction of S.S. Rajamouli and the power-pack performance of the leading duo.
If you thought #Baahubali was a fluke, #Baahubali2 benefitted largely due to the hype and #RRR would pale in comparison, you’re wrong… #SSRajamouli delivers a smart, enthralling and entertaining film that keeps you hooked, despite its marathon run time. #RRRReview
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 25, 2022
He has further added that the film has the power and potential to emerge as a MASSIVE SUCCESS as it is a significant blend of emotions and patriotism.
Another movie critic Sreedhar Pillai has called it Spectacular and Visually Stunning which will give you plenty of goosebumps while Ramesh Bala has given it 4 out of 5 stars and depicts RRR as EEE- Epic Entertainer in Every Sense.
" Ram Charan has completely owned his character Alluri in each & every frame🔥💯
Power star @AlwaysRamCharan is a storm#RRRamCharan #RRRreview" pic.twitter.com/eB9nd8ZxYS
— Rajasekar (@sekartweets) March 25, 2022
Meanwhile, the self-claimed critic Kamaal R Khan aka KRK bashed the film of Rajamouli’s directorial by calling the film full time south masala film without “head and feet”, not only this but the controversial critic also gave suggestions to Rajamouli, calling that his film has become the disaster in the south, he wrote that you can’t become great just by buying stars from the critics like Taran Adarsh, you could only become great by your work only.
Film #RRR is full time south Masala film without head and feet.
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) March 24, 2022
.@AlwaysRamCharan has delivered a knock out performance#RRRamCharan #RRRreview pic.twitter.com/H3bcvVVurh
— Nikhil 🏏 (@CricCrazyNIKS) March 25, 2022
About the Movie
Made on a whopping budget of Rs. 550 Crore, the epic action drama is a fictional story about two Indian revolutionaries Alluri Sithram Raju, played by Ram Charan and Komaram Bheem, played by Rama Rao.
Both freedom fighters gave their best contribution for the independence of their people and raised voices against the British Raj and the Nizam of Hyderabad.
The director and show-runner Rajamouli have tried to connect the coincidences between them in the film. It has the story written by K.V. Vijayendra Prasad while the dialogues that are receiving all praises from the fans as well as critics are penned by Sai Madhav Burra.
On technical front, K.K Senthil Kumar has handled the cinematography and A. Sreekar Prasad edited it while the background score and soundtrack is composed by M.M Keeravani, the popular music composer and cousin of director Rajamouli.
In North India, the film is distributed by Pen Studios, in Tamil Nadu by Lyca Productions, in Karnataka by KVN Productions and in Kerala by Thameens Films.
Multiple award-winning Srinivas Mohan has taken care of highly praised visual effects and Sabu Cyril has designed the production.