RRR movie review: A delusional mass appeal of real-life freedom fighters which went flat on its narrative process.

RRR movie review: A delusional mass appeal of real-life freedom fighters which went flat on its narrative process.

Plot Synopsis

A flight of fancy pictorial of two revolutionaries who fought against the British empire during the late 90s.

1) Visual and BGM

One of the most promising and stunning pointers which RRR holds is its visual and sound design. It seamlessly creates a sense of building up the S.S. Rajamouli's super fictional universe. The term Super fictional has been said in terms of its overall mass build-up, dramatic get-together, set-design of the complete 90's British era, and also exposure to overly enacted visual which was kind of artificial to the naked eye. Furthermore, experiencing the BGM in a Dolby atmosphere delivers a vibrant and enchanting treat followed by the power-packed trending dance performance which would push you to grove with it.

2) Cast Performance

The top prominent actors throughout the film were Ram Charan and Jr. NTR who gave their heart and soul to create such a mass dynamic blockbuster. A showcase of brilliant artistry with sheer love towards their profession can be easily conveyed. The movie also does hold actors like Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt whose roles were significant to irrelevant from a standard viewpoint. Although Ajay Devgn's role was far more detailed and well presented, Alia on the other hand didn't have any major role to leave a lasting impression that can be remembered or felt when the film ends. It was more like incorporating a female character just to promote the film's fan base and its overall publication.

3) Fight scenes

This is a segment where it took a route from good to better to worst. The whole dynamic and mass were so enhanced to a point where the characters looked more kind of a superhuman entities with a bunch of many artificial layers. The movie was more of an anime-inspired content where the character with broken legs starts jumping and flying breaking the rules of physics followed by the prison escape scene which was overly exposed to a dramatic brotherhood relationship which seemed a bit problematically funny in nature.

4) Script

The script of this movie needs a lot of attention as I think the content had a major scope in delivering the best experience for the audience. The whole attention of this film went into glamorizing the lead performers that it actually lost the sense of direction or the motive of the whole topic. As with all the commercial-based films that we see from time to time this movie also had a happy and healthy ending where it shifted the whole content from the revolutionary freedom fighters into a family drama.

Do let me know in the comments what you think about this movie. Till then peace, love, and prosperity to all.