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28 Aug

'RRR' is the mother of all India films

The much-anticipated SS Rajamouli Magnum opus RRR will be released in theatres on the 25th of March. The period drama will feature two of Telugu film's most renowned starlets - Ram Charan and Jr NTR. The film also features Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn, who appear in cameos.

If the hype is any indication, RRR is likely expected to set an opening day box office record on Friday. "I anticipate approximately Rs 150 crore of gross in gross sales across all languages, not just for India," Girish Johar, filmmaker and trade analyst, told indianexpress.com.

Also, Read Director of RRR SS Rajamouli on how Jr NTR Ram Charan and Jr NTR have developed as actors: "They didn't know how to select the scripts, or how films functioned before.'

According to media reports, RRR's budget for RRR is higher than SS Rajamouli's latest film Baahubali the Conclusion, by a minimum of 100 crores. According to the information, the production company has invested Rs 336 crore in the film, not including GST and salaries for the crew and cast. Andhra Pradesh minister Perni Nani said to reporters, "We received an application from the producers of RRR. Soon, the film will be presented to the Chief Minister, and we will decide whether to increase the cost of tickets to the movie."

The anticipation is high in the crew of RRR as well. Jr NTR, who has previously worked alongside SS Rajamouli in Student No 1 (2001), Simhadri (2003) and Yamadonga (2007) and Yamadonga (2007), stated, "This movie will be an emotional rollercoaster. There will be moments when you'll be glued to your seats and want to get it out and break it. You'll cry, laugh, and be a variety of things!"

Alluri Sitaramaraju ( Ram Charan ) is the "fire" in this story. A young, angry police officer from Delhi who the British respect and fear. They often smack him on the people they need to arrest because he's a brutal brute but doesn't show him the respect he merits. He's looking for the water in this tale. Komaram Bheem ( Jr NTR ) is an innocent Gond tribal man who claims to be a Muslim and arrives in the city to save the girl Malli kidnapped by the beautiful Lady Scott (Alison Doody). They form an unlikely duo (as Dosti plays) without knowing each other's intentions. The first part of the movie manages everything from the plot to the witty dialogues and a great soundtrack from MM Keeravani. The story moves fast, keeping you at the top of your seat when the sight of Jr NTR with Ram Charan engaging in a dance-off to Naatu Naatu will smile. The actors are on top and can deliver their most memorable performance to date. The pre-interval sequence can surprise you. As things boil just before the interval, it is to see how the following period will play out. SS Rajamouli can only do this kind of stuff. I have never seen people giving standing ovations at the interval. The movie's pace is terrific from the very first scene has many Goosebumps scenes.

RRR is an action-packed period drama with some of the top performances from Ram Charan and NTR. They will awe viewers with their presence on screen and their bromance, which is the central aspect of the production. In addition, the patriotic drama portrayed makes RRR extremely thrilling. Rajamouli is once again proving that he's an expert in conveying emotions. How he created the story, developed it, and then executed his period-based drama was awe-inspiring. The box-office numbers from Telugu can speak for themselves, and barring a slow pace in the second half and the dull episode that starred Ajay Devgan's show, RRR has everything to become a big hit at the box office. It is a movie that deserves to be watched on a large screen.