RRR (film)

RRR is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language period action drama film directed by S. S. Rajamouli, and produced by D. V. V. Danayya of DVV Entertainments. The film stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt and Olivia Morris while Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson and Alison Doody play supporting roles. It is a fictional story about two Indian revolutionaries, Alluri Sitarama Raju (Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Rama Rao), who fought against the British Raj and Nizam of Hyderabad respectively.

RRR
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byS. S. Rajamouli
Screenplay byS. S. Rajamouli
Story byK. V. Vijayendra Prasad
Dialogue by
Produced byD. V. V. Danayya
Starring
CinematographyK. K. Senthil Kumar
Edited byA. Sreekar Prasad
Music byM. M. Keeravani
Production
company
Distributed by
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Budget₹400 crore[1][2]

Rajamouli scripted the film from the original story written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad. Rajamouli came across reading stories about the incidents happened in the lives of Rama Raju and Bheem, and connected the coincidence between them. The thought that how they could have been friends during their formative years inspired Rajamouli to make the film. Set in 1920, the plot explores the undocumented period in their lives when both the revolutionaries choose to go into oblivion before they began the fight for their country.

The film was formally announced in March 2018, with the launch and the principal photography of the film began in November 2018 in Hyderabad. The film was shot extensively across India, with few sequences and Ukraine and Bulgaria. The film's soundtrack and background score is composed by M. M. Keeravani with cinematography handled by K. K. Senthil Kumar and editing done by A. Sreekar Prasad. Sabu Cyril was the film's production designer, whilst V. Srinivas Mohan supervised the visual effects for the film.

Made on a budget of 400 crore (US$56 million),[3] RRR was initially scheduled for theatrical release on 30 July 2020, which has been deferred due to production delays and followed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The film was scheduled to release on 13 October 2021,[4] but due to COVID-19 pandemic aftermath the release has been postponed.[5]

PremiseEdit

A fictional tale about two legendary Indian revolutionaries and their journey away from home before they started fighting for their country in 1920's.

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

In October 2017, in an interview with Variety, S. S. Rajamouli announced two projects after Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017) with producers D. V. V. Danayya of DVV Entertainment and K. L. Narayana. Rajamouli prioritised his work on the former, which was touted to be a social drama film, and which would be followed by Narayana's production with actor Mahesh Babu.[14] In November 2017, Rajamouli shared a picture with N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan through his social media handles,[15][16] hinting their inclusion in the film.[17]

The film was officially announced in March 2018,[18] with the tentative title RRR.[a] K. V. Vijayendra Prasad gave the original story and Rajamouli scripted the film, which extensively undergone for six months.[20] In September 2018, writer Sai Madhav Burra was signed for the dialogues for the film in the primary language (Telugu),[21] whereas dialogues in other versions were written by Madhan Karky (Tamil),[22] Varadaraju Chikkaballapura (Kannada), Mamkombu Gopalakrishnan (Malayalam) and Riya Mukherjee (Hindi).[23] Rajamouli retained several technicians from his previous projects. The crew consists of M. M. Keeravani as the music director, K. K. Senthil Kumar as the director of photography, A. Sreekar Prasad as the film editor, Sabu Cyril as the production designer, V. Srinivas Mohan handling the visual effects supervision and Rama Rajamouli as the costume designer.[24] Nick Powell was the stunt director for the film, and handled the choreography for the climax action sequences in the film.[25]

Prior to the start of film production,[26] both Rama Rao and Charan had attended a special workshop during mid-October 2020, in order to train physically and intensively for their roles in the film.[27][28] In March 2019, Rajamouli revealed that the film's core idea came from The Motorcycle Diaries (2004), saying that he was fascinated by "how a character named Che transforms into a revolutionary called Guevara and have structured the characters of his protagonists around a common point, on similar lines".[29] Charan and Rama Rao play the younger versions of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem respectively. The plot explores their stay in Delhi of the 1920s before they begin the fight for their country, but the story is entirely fictitious.[30] He added that there had a coincidence between the two Telugu tribal leaders and the events surrounding over them.[31] The thought of what could have been the course of history had Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem become friends during their formative years, inspired Rajamouli to make this film.[32] The tentative title RRR,[a] was later confirmed to be the film's official title as Rajamouli felt that a universal title across the languages was essential for a film of such scale.[33][34]

When I read about Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, it was exciting to know that their story is similar. They never met each other. What if they had met? What if they had got inspired by each other? That is what RRR is about. It is completely fictitious. The film is mounted on a very large scale. We had to do a lot of research for it. To know costumes, their dialect, their way of living and that is why it took so much time for us to get this together.

— S. S. Rajamouli[35]

CastingEdit

Alia Bhatt (top), Ray Stevenson (middle) and Ajay Devgn (bottom) are making their debut in Telugu cinema (Tollywood)

The film marks the Telugu debut of Ajay Devgan and Alia Bhatt.[36][37] Bhatt was paired opposite Charan in the role of Sita,[38] while Devgn would have an extended cameo.[38] Before British actress Daisy Edgar-Jones was signed to be paired opposite Rama Rao.[39] Tamil actor Samuthirakani was roped in to play a crucial role.[10][40] Edgar-Jones left the project in April 2019 citing personal reasons,[41][42] and Olivia Morris was cast as her replacement in November 2019.[43] The same month, Hollywood actor Ray Stevenson (of Thor fame), was cast as the lead antagonist Scott,[44] with Alison Doody roped in to play Lady Scott.[9][45] Chakri, Varun Buddhadev and Spandan Chaturvedi were the child artists for the film, reprising the younger versions of the characters played Charan, Rama Rao and Bhatt.[46]

In an interview with Deadline Hollywood, Rama Rao said that they had carried out major research to portray their characters on screen. He was put on an 18-month training programme to get the right physical appearance.[47] In June 2021, a few reports claimed that Devgn will be playing the role of a nationalist and a guru (mentor) of Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju.[48][49] The Hans India reported that Devgn will appear in the second half of the film during the flashback episodes, with his screen time being around 40 minutes.[50] Reports claimed that Keerthy Suresh and Priyamani were approached for a role in the film,[51][52] before Shriya Saran confirmed her presence in June 2020.[11][53] She is paired opposite Devgn, collaborating with the actor for the second time after Drishyam (2015).[54] Rahul Ramakrishna,[55] Chatrapathi Sekhar[12] and Rajeev Kanakala, are cast in other supporting roles.[13]

In June 2020, Bhatt was trolled by the netizens following the death of Sushant Singh Rajput; where she was accused of nepotism. A few fans also called to replace Bhatt in RRR.[56][57] However, Bhatt denied the news of her leaving the film, and joined the sets in December 2020.[58][6]

DesignEdit

Sabu Cyril served as the production designer for RRR.[23] Prior to starting the first shooting schedule, the team had constructed a set at an Aluminium factory located in Hyderabad,[59][60] for filming an action sequence[61] and also a Manduva house was replicated for the film actors and technicians. A 5-minute walk away for the film's key technicians, it was which also deciphered as Rajamouli's new office, alloting individual rooms for the cast members and a huge disccusion space alloted at the centre of the house.[62] Separate blocks are dedicated for music sittings, editing, story discussions, training rooms and costumes, with mini-warehouses for storing properties and equipment.[62] The aluminum factory set designed was considered the major filming location where the first schedule of the film's shooting was held.[63] In June 2020, it was reported that 18 crore (US$2.5 million) has been spent for a set replicating an entire village and the team planned to film the sequences in this location post-COVID-19 lockdown.[64] A set resembling the 20th century Delhi was recreated at the Ramoji Film City,[65] where the team had canned an extensive action schedule for 50-days, and also involved night shoots.[66] Another huge set was constructed by the art direction crew for a song shoot featuring Charan and Bhatt. The song was reported to replicate the 1920s period and had a historical touch.[67] The promotional music video for the film titled "Dosti" was filmed in July 2021, at a specially constructed set at the Annapurna Studios designed by Sabu Cyril and photographed by Dinesh Krishnan.[68][69][70]

Principal photographyEdit

The film's launch event was held on 11 November 2018,[71][72] with the cast and crew in its entirety and saw the attendance of noted personalities from the Telugu film industry,[73] including Prabhas and Rana Daggubati, whom had worked with Rajamouli in the Baahubali franchise.[74][75] Principal photography of the film commenced on 19 November 2018 in Hyderabad at a specially erected set at an Aluminum factory in the location.[76][77] The filming schedule was completed on 7 December 2018.[59][78] The team took a brief break before commencing the film's second schedule on 21 January 2019 at Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad.[79] An action sequence consisting of 1000 artists were filmed during February 2019.[80] Rama Rao, Charan and Rajamouli headed to Vadodara for filming an extensive schedule during March 2019.[81][82] The extensive schedule was filmed within 10 days,[83][84] and another schedule was planned in Pune, Maharashtra,[85] however, the schedule was called off following Charan's injury on the sets.[86][87] Rama Rao too faced a minor injury during the filming of RRR, resulting the team to take a break during the schedule.[88]

 
Araku Valley, where parts of the film were shot.

Post their recovery, an action sequence featuring Charan, Rama Rao and 2000 junior artists was shot,[89] reportedly at a cost more than 45 crore (US$6.3 million).[90] Introductory sequences of Rama Rao and Charan has costed the production upwards of 40 crore (US$5.6 million), a sum that considered higher than the total budget of many small Indian films.[91] In August 2019, the production headed to Bulgaria to film the second schedule where the crew shot crucial scenes featuring Rama Rao.[92][93] The shoot was stalled during October 2019 as Rajamouli had to attend the screening of Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), at the Royal Albert Hall in London.[94][95]

In November 2019, two key sequences and a song featuring Rama Rao and Charan were filmed at the Ramoji Film City.[96] The film's official social media handle tweeted that 70% of the film's shoot has been wrapped as of November.[97] Rama Rao headed to Modakondamma Temple forest area in PaderuAraku road to film few a 5-day sequence in December 2019.[98] In January 2020, Charan began shooting for the film at the Vikarabad forest region were an extensive night shoot was filmed for a week.[99] Ajay Devgn joined the film's shooting schedule on 21 January 2020 and wrapped his portions during February.[100][101] The filming was halted due to COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.[102] After the Andhra Pradesh government granted permission to resume film shooting during June 2020. A 2-day trial shoot was planned,[103] but was halted following the spike in COVID-19 cases in the state.[104] The filming was resumed in October 2020 following the ease of COVID-19 lockdown in India,[105][106] and Rajamouli shot for the promotional teaser for the film, titled "Ramaraju for Bheem", during this schedule.[107][108]

In late-October, the team canned night shoots for the film and stills were revealed by the official social media handles for the film under the tagline #RRRDiaries.[109][110][111] The action sequences which took place for 50 days was completed within November 2020,[66] and the production moved to Mahabaleshwar for filming a brief schedule in November 2020,[112] and completed within 5 days.[113] Alia Bhatt began filming her portions in December 2020,[114] and key scenes were filmed in Hyderabad during the same month. The filming of the climax scenes began in January 2021.[115][116] Action director Nick Powell choreographed few climax war-sequences in March 2021.[117][118] A special song shoot was held during March 2021, which featured Charan and Bhatt.[67] Though, the filming was halted due to second wave of COVID-19,[119] it was resumed in June 2021.[120] In June 2021, the makers announced that except for two songs, the filming is completed and Charan and Rama Rao have completed their dubbing work in two languages,[121] and had completed the talkie portions for the film.[122] In August 2021, the final schedule of the film took place in Ukraine.[123] Barring a few shots, the entire shoot was completed on 26 August 2021.[124]

Post-productionEdit

Post-production of the film began simultaneously before the wrapping-up and continuation of film production. The dubbing process began during April 2020, with Rama Rao and Charan dubbed their portions for the film in the respective homes, thus being the first persons to do so.[125][126] Both of them gave voiceovers for each other's introduction teasers.[127][128] In June 2021, the film producers reported that both the actors had completed dubbing for the film,[129] and had voiced for the film in Tamil for the first time.[130] Rajamouli decided not to spend much time on the post-production works of the film, unlike his other films where he wanted to supervise the output of each films, as he and his team had worked on for more than three years, and had to wrap the film on the earliest before the film's release.[131]

Srinivas Mohan serves as the visual effects supervisor of the film along with Framestore and Moving Picture Company (MPC), which are the principal Visual effects studio of the film.[132] Alzahra VFX, NY VFXWaala, Redefine, Knack Studios, Makuta VFX, Digital Domain, Rhythm and Hues Studios, Method Studios, Rodeo FX, Technicolor VFX, Legend3D, The Third Floor, Inc, Clear Angle Studios, Halon Entertainment, 4DMax and Cinesite, among others, are responsible for some of the other visual effects in the film. In an interview, he revealed that pre-visualization, gammage[disambiguation needed], lidar scanning, light stage technology are extensively being used.[133] An extensive visual effects work took place for more than six months during the post-production process.[20] The post-production work is moving at a brisk pace.

MusicEdit

Rajamouli's regular collaborator M. M. Keeravani is composing the score and soundtrack of the film.[134] The audio rights of the film were purchased for 25 crore (US$3.5 million), by Lahari Music and T-Series, which was a record price for a South Indian album.[135] Lahari Music distributed the soundtrack in all of the South Indian languages, whereas the Hindi soundtrack is marketed by T-Series.[136]

ReleaseEdit

The makers invited the expansion for the title RRR in various languages from the people.[137][138] On 25 March 2020, the expansion of the title RRR is revealed as Roudram Ranam Rudhiram in Telugu,[139] Raththam Ranam Rowthiram in Tamil,[140] Roudra Rana Rudhira in Kannada, Rudhiram Ranam Roudhram in Malayalam (all of which translate to Rage, War, Blood) and Rise Roar Revolt in Hindi.[141][142] The film was postponed multiple times; Earlier it was scheduled to be released on 30 July 2020.[2] However, in February 2020,[143] the release date was revised as 8 January 2021 (coinciding with Sankranthi).[144][145] In November 2020, Rajamouli said that the release date will be confirmed after the completion of shooting, which was on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic.[146] On the eve of Republic Day (25 January 2021), the new release date was announced as 13 October 2021,[147][148] but due to COVID-19 pandemic aftermath the release has been postponed.[5] The film will release in Telugu along with the dubbed versions in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and other Indian and foreign languages.[149][150]

DistributionEdit

Originally the film made a pre-release business of 400 crore (US$56 million),[151][152] however the revised pre-release deal was later revealed as 890 crore (US$120 million), the highest for any Indian film till date.[153][154] The domestic theatrical rights in the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana region were reported to be under 165 crore (US$23 million)[155] In February 2021,[156] Lyca Productions acquired the film's theatrical distribution rights for Tamil Nadu for a price of 48 crore (US$6.7 million).[157][158] The following month, Pen Studios acquired the theatrical rights for North India under the Pen Marudhar Entertainment banner, in addition to electronic, satellite and digital rights of all language versions.[159][160] The deal for the North Indian theatrical release rights, were reported to be under 140 crore (US$20 million).[161] The Kerala and Karnataka theatrical rights were sold for a respective price of 15 crore (US$2.1 million) and 45 crore (US$6.3 million).[153] The overseas rights were sold to Phars FIlms for 70 crore (US$9.8 million).[162][163]

MarketingEdit

The official social media handle for the film was launched during the film announcement.[164][165] During the second wave of COVID-19, the movie crew converted the handle, which was used for film promotions into a COVID-19 helpline, regarding the availability of emergency services and alarming the people's safety.[166] In August 2021, the team announced that Rama Rao will handle the official Instagram handle for the film, for posting updates regarding the film.[167]

Home mediaEdit

In May 2021, Pen Studios announced that the film's digital rights for Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions are acquired by ZEE5[168] while Hindi, English, Portuguese, Korean, Turkish and Spanish versions are acquired by Netflix.[169] Zee Network acquired the satellite rights of the Hindi version and Star India Network acquired the satellite rights of the film's Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada versions.[170][171] The combined deal of post-theatrical streaming and satellite rights were reported to be in the region of 325 crore (US$46 million).[172]

Characterisation issuesEdit

On 22 October 2020 a teaser trailer was released, titled "Ramaraju for Bheem", coinciding with Komaram Bheem's 119th birth anniversary.[173] A controversy was sparked over portrayal of Bheem's character.[174][175] In the video, Rama Rao was seen wearing a skull cap, applying kohl on to his eyes and appearing dressed as a Muslim man.[176] Members from the tribal community of Adilabad and a few netizens have opposed this representation of an Adivasi leader from the Gond tribe, as a Muslim man.[177][178] On 27 October 2020 (80th death anniversary of Komaram Bheem), during a by-election campaign at Dubbaka, Bharatiya Janata Party's Telangana president Bandi Sanjay Kumar warned Rajamouli,[179] and threatened that his cadre will vandalise the theatres and his properties, if he intended to hurt the sentiments of Hindus.[180][181] Later, in an interview with Film Companion's Anupama Chopra in July 2021, writer Vijayendra Prasad clarified about the Bheem's appearance in the film. He told that "He is being haunted by the Nizam of Hyderabad and tried to escape the people of Nizam police. So, his portrayal as a Muslim is justified in this case, as he would not get assualted by the people."[182]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b RRR is an abbreviation for Rajamouli, Ram Charan, and Rama Rao.[19]

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