Rise. Revolt. Roar

2 min readApr 6, 2022

In the grand scheme of things by the Master Director Rajamouli, nowhere you would see Ram Charan and Jr. NTR but Ramaraju and Bheem. You would cry with them, smile for them, and root for them all along this visual spectacle. You would question Ramaraju for his ruthlessness. You would adore Bheem for his innocence. You want Ramaraju to be a bit more merciful. You want Bheem to be a bit more vigilant. All you know is that you are just yarn in the hands of the finest weaver Rajamouli. You move the way he wants you to. You feel the way he wants you to. Rajamouli is a dictator when it comes to the emotions of his audience. He casts a magic spell that never fades throughout those 186 minutes.

Well, that’s how the film is. It’s all about the 3 R’s. Talking about the brilliant sequences you would witness, there’s no doubt that one would easily fail to describe the extravaganza in words. Music, Cinematography, Art, Costumes, Visual effects, Stunts, Animation, and many more unnoticed nuances that’ve been taken care of need to be respected and cherished.

You get to experience this kind of genuine, genius work of art once in a blue moon. That being the case, I’d humbly request you to book your tickets for the immediate next show in the nearby theatres. Remember, RRR it is!