As Indians, we are presently living in a free country, however, all our lives are underlined by the undertones of colonialism. We are all the products of colonialism. If you travel by metro or subway, remember that is also a product of colonialism. The language in which this article is written is a product of colonialism. Back in the centuries, the East India Company was the first method via which British people came to India in the 1600s. During the first few years, people did not understand the motives of the company, but as the Mughal rule was declining, the intentions of the company became clear.
For centuries we have suffered under the control of the British. Even though we are free from them now, are we truly free from their influence? No, we are not, and we cannot ever be. The British Isles became the superpower at a certain point in history. They captured most of the countries and established their influence there. Hence, even if we try to wipe away their influence, we cannot. However, what we can do now is analyze how exactly they exploited the Indian population through the various events that have marked Indian history.
Now, we have to remember this thing, we only know about the control of British rule in certain parts of the country. We only know about certain specific events of history, however, many things happened in other parts of India during their control. We can only come across these incidents if we take a peek into the lives of people from other parts of India. One such part of history, that we have not studied in our textbooks, has been upheld by director S.S. Rajamouli in the recent film Rise Roar Revolt, RRR. To know more exciting facts about the film, you will have to read this article further.
RRR Part 2 Release Date
Before we delve right into the vital area of this section, let me inform you of the greatest news of 2023 so far. Rise Roar Revolt, RRR has made India proud in the 95th Academy Awards. People of this country woke up on 13th March to the good news of the ‘Naatu Naatu’ song receiving an Oscar. It is news of high prestige, and fans are overjoyed at this moment. India has received an Oscar for Best Original Song for ‘Naatu Naatu.’ As Indians, it is a moment of pride. RRR is the first ever Telegu film to receive an Oscar.
The film was released on 25th March 2022. The film is approximately three hours long, but the storyline of the film is such that it is definitely going to keep you gripped. As far as the information of RRR part 2 goes, we have some surprising information about you. You must have thought that the story of RRR ended in the first film, well, as we are witnessing now, that is not the case. It has been confirmed by the director of RRR that a second part of the film will come to us very soon.
According to the news website Economic Times, the creators have embarked upon making the second part of the film. The story of second part will witness the growing friendship between Raju and Bheem. Although nothing much has been revealed about the second part of the film, not even its release date, Rajamouli has confirmed that the making of the story for the sequel has started. It will not be long before we get the second installment of the most loved film.
Is it not natural for the film to receive a second part? I believe, the creators have taken a just decision by confirming the second part of the cinema. Cinemas like this should have sequels to keep them alive among viewers for years and years. Such cinemas are meant to stay immortal. It is a moment of pride for us because not only Bollywood, but films from other parts of the country are also gaining such massive recognition. The Oscar for Best Original Song is a most deserved one. We should keep on supporting more films that are coming up or will be coming up in the upcoming days. As of not, there is no RRR Part 2 Release Date.
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The story of RRR, although fictional, is based upon two real characters at its heart. Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem form the heart of the film. As mentioned earlier, you will probably never find these names in the mainstream history or historical records of the country. Nevertheless, these people were heroes of the south back in the 19th and 20th centuries when British rule in India was at its peak. They fought against British rule but never came across each other. Their names are still heard amongst people of that region. People of Andhra Pradesh have known them and have kept them immortal in their stories and local legends.
Alluri Sitarama Raju was an important member of his village and also in the fights that were conducted in Andhra Pradesh against colonial rule. He played a crucial role in protesting against the Madras Forest Act which was enforced in 1882, way before he was even born. Komaram Bheem on the other hand, born in 20th-century colonial India, took active measures against British rule as a pivotal member of his Gond tribe. Such heroes, although not mentioned in mainstream history, require the recognition that they deserve.
Recognition of these characters is given by director S.S. Rajamouli. In his film RRR, he has brought these two characters in the same timeline, he has made them buddies. Both Raju and Bheem were working against British rule in their ways. One was over and the other was covert in his measures. The film begins with a girl from the Gond tribe being kidnapped by the oppressing British personality Scott Buxton and his wife Catherine. In order to save the girl, Bheem devises a plan to infiltrate the Buxton household, while Scott appoints Raju to protect him. Raju has different plans. He is a police officer who works for the British but does the job to help his people.
When Raju and Bheem come across each other, they become good friends under circumstances. However, misunderstandings occur between them and various fights evolve as the cinema rolls. In the end, the real intentions of Bheem and Raju are known by each, and they work in collaboration to finish off Scott Buxton. The film ends on a happy note with Bheem asking Raju to educate his tribe.
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D.V.V. Danayya has produced the film RRR. The director of the film has been S.S. Rajamouli who has also lent his hand in the film’s screenplay. The cinematography of the film has been taken care by K.K. Senthil Kumar. The cinema has been edited by A. Sreekar Prasad. Music for the film has been produced by one and only M.M. Keeravani. DVV Entertainment production company has been responsible for bringing the film to its form. The film has been distributed by Pen Studios in North India, Lyca Productions in Tamil Nadu, KVN Productions in Karnataka, and HR Pictures in Kerala.
The film has been made available to a worldwide audience by Netflix.
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The cast of RRR includes Ram Charan as Alluri Sitarama Raju, N.T.Rama Rao Jr. as Komaram Bheem, Twinkle Sharma as Malli, Ray Stevenson as Scott Buxton, Alison Doody as Catherine Buxton, Olivia Morris as Jennifer, Alia Bhatt as Sita, Ajay Devgan as Venkata Rama Raju, Shriya Saran as Sarojini, and Rahul Ramakrishna as Lachhu.
The cast of the film is most probably going to remain the same for RRR part 2 because the story is going to be a sequel and fans want the same cast members. The exceptional acting of both Ram Charan and N.T. Rama Rao Jr. is wanted on the screens once again.
The blockbuster film received its trailer on 8th December 2021. Netflix also released the trailer of the movie on 20th May 2022, when it was made available on the streaming platform. If you have not watched the trailer yet, you can click on the link given above this article to watch it.
RRR 2 will receive a trailer. Once the filming of the sequel starts, the film will most definitely receive a trailer as soon as possible.
RRR has been loved by many. It has surpassed over 1000 crores worldwide. RRR has received ratings of 7.9/10 on IMDb, 95% on RottenTomatoes, and 91% on Google.
RRR stands for Rise Roar Revolt.
The original language of RRR is Telegu.
It is based on real-life characters Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem but the storyline of the cinema is completely fictional.
RRR is approximately three hours long.
The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ has won an Oscar at the 95th Academy Awards for Best Original Song.
You can watch RRR on Netflix.
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