I’m a movie buff and someone that has always been surrounded by my actor-friends. They’ve influenced me to go after my dreams, be like a star, dress like a star, stay disciplined and live larger than life!
So here’s my take on the ongoing comparison between the cult – favourite Bahubali and Rajamouli’s latest RRR.
Due to the high ticket prices and the expectations generated by the promotional reviews, as well as being a Rajamouli-first-weekend, it was bound to do well. But this week is when I believe the numbers will reveal the real story.
The review is simple: wafer-thin plot, overused CGI, stereotypical music, ineffective villains, the lack of romance, and way too much of fighting and noise – for me, and more so, NTR Jr’s less impactful role than Ram Charan; make RRR not one of the better films of Rajamouli, and is definitely not worth a second-watch.
In the end, even if RRR crosses the collections of Bahubali, nothing can beat it’s brilliant storytelling, grandeur, detailing, music, romance, superbly written and the roles played by the leads. That being said, I’m really looking forward to our super talented director Rajamouli’s next film with ‘Mahesh Babu’.