RRR Review

Master Storyteller’s Masterpiece and a masterclass on how to balance two-star talents when they come together on the same stage. 

Big Big leap by the South Indian Movie Industry over Bollywood, be it Visual Effects or way of Storytelling. 

Rajamouli is a master of creating Magnum Opus and he has proved it yet again.

Though you cannot compare it with Baahubali as this story had its own way of treatment because of which it might feel slow/abrupt in pace and a bit lengthy.

0
DIRECTION
0
VISUAL EFFECTS
0
SCREENPLAY
0
ACTING
0
CINEMATOGRAPHY
0
DRAMA
0
PACE
0
EDITING
0
ART DIRECTION
0
DIALOGUES
0
MUSIC
0
FEEL GOOD
0
OVERALL
0
NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
0
ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
57%
VISUAL TREAT
87%
CLIMAX INDEX
70%
  • N.T. Rama Rao Jr.
  • Ram Charan
  • Alia Bhatt
  • Ajay Devgn
  • Ovais Singstar
  • Olivia Morris
  • S.S. Rajamouli

3 Hr 6 Mins

POSITIVES

Visual Effects including 3D Effects, Power-Packed Action. Good background score and acting performances.

NEGATIVES

Its editing or screenplay made it a bit difficult to build a grip on the pace of the movie. Its abrupt pace may only be the reason why someone dislikes this movie. Don't watch this with same expectation as of Baahubali.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

Who loves to watch Cinematic Visual Spectacle more so by Rajamouli. A treat for Ram Charan and Jr. NTR Fan base.

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

No, this is not that kind of bhakti movie. This is a pure ‘desh bhakti’ movie. Also it has very less to do with our History and is based on a fictional plot. It might feel a bit lengthy so be prepared for that. Don't watch this keeping the same expectation as of Baahubali.

Special Mention - VFX/Action Team

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