RRR, the much-needed Nationalism for Nation

Sripada Studios gives you a brief on the most anticipated and grossing film of India RRR

RRR, the much-needed Nationalism for Nation.

RRR, the magnum-opus of the brainy SS Rajamouli is a new take to wake up the sleeping citizens of India to encourage patriotism. The film hooks you with great cinematography, engaging dialogues, unforgettable music and awakening performances. 

The recent debate is this film upholds the brahmins, Hindutva and Hindu religions? 

The lead characters in the movie are loosely based on the lives of Indian freedom fighters such as Alluri Sitaram Raju played by Ram Charan and Komaram Bheem played by NTR Junior. Ajay Devgan’s character is more like the story of the freedom fighters Veer Savarkar.

In the last song, the team pays the much-needed tribute to nationalist freedom fighters across the country – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, V.O. Chidambaram Pillai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Kittur Chennamma. The film pumps the boil of every Indian to be Indian forever. The dilemma of Ram and Bheem’s goal works well. Though the story had a common villain The British Empire, the double R has their individual villains as each other. However, the film entertains the audience with a punch of nationalism.

The theatres are witnessing the money tsunami, the combination of water, fire and story has made fans, leftists, box-office go crazy. & one thing we recommend you do not compare this film to the parts of Bahubali films.

an observation by Team Sripada Studios

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