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RRR movie review: Where to Watch SS Rajamouli's Film, Ticket Prices, Runtime, and Cast

RRR is intent on wielding the broad brush of fantasy and mythologizing the real battles that real people fought in real
RRR movie review: Where to Watch SS Rajamouli's Film, Ticket Prices, Runtime, and Cast
RRR Movie Release and everything you need to know

Bowdlerized history delivers a malformed monster of epic proportions in S.S. Rajamouli's latest and predictably bombastic action spectacular. Yes, the picture is lavish in scope and ambition, but it is a sham that trivialises the under-documented history of tribal resistance to the British Raj and other exploitative forces that have never ceased to exist.

Because RRR is intent on wielding the broad brush of fantasy and mythologizing the real battles that real people fought in real terrains a century ago, the nuance of human struggle, the tenacity of marginalised communities, and any meaningful detailing of time, place, and characters are beyond its ken.

RRR is chock-full of visual spectacle and male bravado, neither of which adds much to the film's originality. Ram Charan and NTR Jr provide their star power to the project and'manfully' lead a number of the film's set pieces (including one that has the two actors dancing in tandem with gay abandon). What comes before and after these packaged 'highs', on the other hand, is frequently difficult to take.

The picture is empty because it never takes a breath and gives neither of its two male characters anything like human traits, despite their continuous references to love and desire. One signifies fire, the other represents water - this is spelled out in a lengthy prologue - yet blood reigns supreme.

Similarly, Rama Raju is a forest inhabitant and a sharpshooter who is devoted to the Empire. He, too, has a cause far bigger than the one he appears to be championing on the surface - he's in line for a promotion as a result of his proficiency in pounding "brown garbage" into submission.

Ajay Devgn makes a cameo appearance in Rama Raju's past, which is only hinted at in the first half of the punishingly long film. The backstory of the other hero is presented directly at the start of the three-hour film: a tribal girl is arbitrarily taken away from a British officer's wife, and the guy vows to liberate her.

The ruthless Governor Scott Buxton (Ray Stevenson) and his violent wife reflect the British might in RRR (Alison Doody). They have no compassion; they treat Indians as if they were animals, yet they are animals themselves. The film doesn't waste any time in emphasising this point. Rajamouli isn't known for his narrative nuance or psychological ambiguity, and this film is no exception.

RRR is aimed for aficionados of Rajamouli's kind of filmmaking with its no-holds-barred style and content. The grandly designed and staged action, as well as the headily heightened emotions, will undoubtedly appeal to them.

In his recreation of the lives of two real-life rebels who rose up against horrible injustice in what is now Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in the first half of the twentieth century, the writer-director renowned for his fondness for fantasy and mythology integrates both. In doing so, he robs the past that he so casually fictionalises of its wind.

RRR appropriates the struggle of forest dwellers and tribals and exploits it as a pretext for an SFX-heavy, power-packed cinematic blitzkrieg that obliterates any chance of a really compassionate portrayal of oppressed people's resistance and revolt.

The film simplifies the Rampa rebellion of 1922 (headed by Alluri Sitaram Raju) and the Telangana insurrection of 1946 (led by Komaram Bheem) to two broad events condensed into a contemporary totality, notwithstanding the fact that it is a work of fiction. One is around the British slavery of a young Gondi girl, while the other revolves around a scheme to ignite (in a literal sense) a community of forest residents.

RRR fancifully converts one of the rebels with a cause into a personification of Lord Ram, and his patient, forever-waiting life mate into Sita - the name given to Alia Bhatt's role.

RRR Movie Release and where to watch?

The 187-minute film is funded by DVV Danayya of DVV Entertainments and Jayantilal Gada (PEN), who holds the theatre distribution rights in north India as well as the international electronic rights in all languages.

For those who don't know, the coronavirus epidemic forced RRR's release to be postponed several times. The picture, which is expected to hit theatres on March 25, was previously scheduled to debut on July 30, 2020. It was later postponed until January 7, 2021 by the producers. Fans are likely to celebrate the film in theatres, which shouldn't come as a surprise given that we've already seen similar festivities in theatres for Thalapathy Vijay's Master and Allu Arjun's Pushpa, which included dancing and exploding crackers.

Those interested in the SS Rajamouli directed film's schedules should know that authorities have granted the green light to screen five shows for the first 10 days, from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. However, the government allowed a spike in the film's ticket prices in Telangana before to its premiere. Furthermore, the government has agreed to freeze special ticket pricing for 10 days following the introduction of RRR, after which standard ticket costs would apply. So rush and purchase your tickets for any theatre or movie venue around you on BookMyShow or PayTM.