Making Of RRR:
RRR an Indian cinema epic drama film in Telugu, produced in 2022. The film is directed by "Koduri Srisaila Sri Rajamouli". S. S. Rajamouli co-wrote this screenplay with "Koduri Viswa Vijayendra Prasad". The film is published by DVV Entertainment and produced by Mr. D. V. V. Danayya. The film stars N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Shriya Saran, Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson, Alison Doody, and Olivia Morris.
Filming of the movie began in November 2018 in Hyderabad, which continued until August 2021 due to delays caused by the Covid-19 epidemic. The film was shot extensively throughout India and also had several sequences in Ukraine and Bulgaria. RRR with a budget of Rs 550 crore (US $ 72 million), was originally scheduled to hit theaters on July 30, 2020, but was delayed several times due to production complications. Finally, on March 25, 2022, the film began its wide release. In the early days of its release, the film was praised by critics and audiences. RRR on its first day of release, sold a record Rs 240 crore ($ 31 million) worldwide, setting a record for the highest opening day sales among Indian films. The film sold more than 1,122 rupees ($ 150 million) worldwide and set several box office records for an Indian film.
During British rule in India, Mali, a village girl, is enslaved by the ruthless British governor, Scott Buxton, and his wife, Catherine, against the wishes of his parents. Rama Raju, an Indian policeman in the British Army, is very ruthless towards the revolutionary Indians, but he is never credited by the British government. The British government finds out that the Komaram Bheem, who considers Mali his sister, begins his search to find her. His actions could be a deterrent against the British army. The governor and his wife announce that they will consider a special post for any officer who can bring them to us. Rama Raju decides to take matters into his own hands and promises the government that he will bring him dead or alive ...
The film's director of visual effects, Srinivas Mohan, is one of the greatest visual effects designers in Indian cinema. His awards and honors include two Ananda Vikatan Awards, two Asian Film Awards nominations, and an Indian Film Academy Award.
Srinivas Mohan has previously collaborated with Alzahra Studio under the leadership of Javad Matouri on films such as "2.0" and "Bahubali 2 : The Conclusion".
In this film, Alzahra Studio has been responsible for designing and performing the visual effects of the tiger attack sequences on the character of Rama Raju and controlling the snake by the character of Django.