RRR Movie Review by MATHIOLI RAJAA : Powerful and Emotional Action Drama.

Performances :

NTR and Ram Charan have competed with each other in giving the best performances to date. Their meeting, confrontational scenes together are completely new and exciting for the audience. It is needless to say how Rajamouli makes his actors look well built, but the emotions and the body language are so well given by the actors.

NTR already proved himself as a great performer many a time earlier. But RRR gives us a chance to witness a new dimension in him. NTR entertains us in a rugged role this time and he is flawless in it. Right from the introduction scene till the end, NTR keeps the intensity bar up and above. NTR is at his best in Komuram Bheemudo song than any other.

Ram Charan evolved as one of the best performers with RRR. He looks tack sharp and keen in every frame. Ram Charan amazes us with his selfish tough man nature at one point, while he equally surprises us by telling his inside thoughts with his subtle performance at the other. He so blends in the role of Rama Raju, that we get to adore him more after RRR.

Alia Bhatt made her presence felt in a graceful manner. She looked beautiful in traditional attire and emoted well in important scenes showcasing her talent. Olivia Morris got a good role and she looked gorgeous and expressed well in all her scenes Ajay Devgan performed well in the action-packed role. Shriya is ok in the role of Ajay Devgan’s wife. Rahul Ramakrishna played an important role. Samuthirakhani did his job as the subordinate of Ram Charan.

Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody appear as Scot Duxton and Catherine Duxton respectively. They excelled in their roles as crooked and vicious British lords.

Technical values :

Rajamouli has made sure that RRR is bigger and grand in every aspect. One cannot stop but praise him for the way he has thought of something so different and executed it in a stunning manner. RRR is filled with so many goosebump filled moments that it is hard to put them all here. SS Rajamouli is one of the finest Indian filmmakers in this generation. His vision, execution, and grit are of elite quality. It is not easy to execute a project as big as RRR and Rajamouli somewhat manages to reach audience expectations.

Maragathamani’s music is fine. The song Naatu Kooththu is choreographed in a sensational manner and well shot. Dosti song is filmed in a beautiful manner highlighting the value of friendship. Other songs are situational and song appears after the climax is filmed in a beautiful manner elevating the patriotic feel. The cinematography of Senthil Kumar is top class. He beatified the film showing the pre-Independence British era in a realistic manner and captured the stunt sequences in an attractive way.

King Solomon action choreography is simply superb.

Production values by DVV Danayya are top notch and all the money spent is clearly visible in every scene which is quite grand.

Highlights :

NTR and Ram Charan Terrific Performances

Excellent Action choreography

Interval bang and climax sequences

Cinematography and Background score

Grand Production Values

RRR Cast and Crew:


NTR as Komaram Bheem

Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju

Ajay Devgn as Venkata Rama Raju

Alia Bhatt as Sita

Olivia Morris as Jennifer

and Samuthirakani, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson


Screenplay & Direction: S.S. Rajamouli

Story: V. Vijayendra Prasad

Presented by: D. Parvathi

Producer: DVV Danayya

Banner: DVV Entertainment

Tamil Dialogues: Madhan Karky

TamilNadu Release by: Lyca Productions

DOP: K.K. Senthil Kumar

Production Designer: Sabu Cyril

Music Composer: Maragadhamani

VFX Supervision: V Srinivas Mohan

Editor: Sreekar Prasad

Costume Designer: Rama Rajamouli

Line Producer – SS Karthikeya

Post Production Line Producer – MM Srivalli

PRO: Nikil Murukan




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