Watch: రౌద్రం రణం రుధిరం 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – During the British era Malli a small tribal girl is taken away by British governor Scott Buxton and his wife Catherine against the wishes of her parents.A Rama Raju an Indian cop who works for the British army for him duty comes first and is very ruthless to revolutionary Indians but he is never credited for his due by British government.The British government find that a tribal Komaram Bheem who considers Malli his sister has started his search for her and could be an obstacle for the British army.The governor and his wife announces a special post for any officer who can bring Bheem to them,Rama Raju decides to take the matters in his hand and promises the government to bring him dead or alive.Bheem by now has reached he city in search of Malli and pretends to be a mechanic Afzal during a train accident on lake he and Rama Raju risk their lives and save a kid and become best of friends.But both man will clash with each other and will be thirsty for each other’s blood to complete their missions..
Plot: A fictional history of two legendary revolutionaries’ journey away from home before they began fighting for their country in the 1920s.
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The Cinemark near me has started to show Indian movies. Not feeling like sitting home tonight, I decided to catch this one, and luck was with me.
My image of Indian movies, I confess, was that they were mostly musicals centering around a love story involving a very beautiful young woman and a very handsome young man, with lots of elaborate, high-energy dance numbers to keep things going.
There is a love story here, but it’s not the focus of the film. There are also a few large and very impressive dance numbers, but only a few. (The men’s dancing, extremely athletic, astounded me.)
Rather, this movie focuses on the story of two young men in 1920s India who, each in his own way, are fighting against the English occupiers.
The English are portrayed as inhuman monsters. Very often, they made me think of the worst atrocities committed by the Germans in France during World War II, or the most rabid racists in the American South. The first time we see the two male leads dancing, a link is indeed made between the Indians and what appear to be Black American musicians.
Every time the Indians manage to take revenge on the English for their inhuman abuse of the Indians, you cheer – but at times I wondered if I would have cheered watching a parallel movie about Blacks taking revenge on white racists who had mistreated them in the American South, especially if I had been in a movie theater where, like tonight, I was the only audience member who did not belong to the oppressed population. Imagine Spike Lee, for example, able to make a movie in which he did not have to worry about selling tickets to whites as well as Blacks, and you have some idea of how anti-British colonials this movie is. It is the difference between a society in which the oppressor was a small minority of the population vs. Here, where Blacks are a minority of the American population. I don’t want to push this comparison too far. The movie only makes the connection in one scene. But this is very definitely a movie that focuses on the story of a brutally oppressed people seeking freedom from an inhuman oppressor, rather than just a series of dance numbers.
I don’t speak any of the Indian languages used in the movie, but I had no problem following what was going on with the subtitles, which were almost always easy to read. I’m sure there were cultural references I didn’t catch, however, especially at the end in the final big dance number, which seemed to be presenting India as a nation of different regions and cultures all united in one.
The director and cinematographer definitely deserve praise. There was one very striking visual image after the next, especially during the battle scenes. Ram Charan, dressed as a “native warrior”-if that term means anything anymore-flying through flames was breathtaking.
So, if you’ve even been curious about Indian movies, give this one a try. Yes, it’s three hours long, but trust me, the time goes flying by. This is truly an action movie, a mixture of visual fantasy and often very graphic realism that held my interest to the end.
Taught me that Indian movies apparently should just be ignored, as ratings apparently tell you absolutely nothing about the quality of a film.
This is perhaps the worst acting I’ve ever seen – Plan 9 from Outer Space included – with post-production dubbed voices to boot! Add to that the most cringey, cartoonish pathetic storyline, and you’re seriously wondering if this is all a joke. No, SERIOUSLY wondering.
I considered I might keep watching for the laughs (I was laughing from the very first scene with the lip surgery receiving evil white woman sitting in the jungle in the 1920s surrounded by kneeling indigenous worshippers and a terribly-dubbed studio recording of a little girl singing, with the girl not even remote knowing the lyrics and making all the wrong mouth movements to pretend it’s actually her doing the singing). But then I realized at 3h5m, the cringey OMG-it’s-so-bad-it’s-funny laughs definitely wouldn’t last that long.
Holy graboid on a blind horse, Batman, this is so bad!
No more Indian movies for me. Lesson learned.
Rambo Meshed with Crouching Tiger + Musical….Say Whaaaat?
I bet you’d never think the mash-up the heavy-handed Rambo with the mystical stunning elegance of Crouching Tiger would work especially, while mixing in several musical numbers. Those who think that would be wrong. This movie was over the top in every way but it was pure awesomeness. Even with a 3-hour runtime, I was engrossed. It was a great story with thorough character development. A young native girl is effectively purchased by the mean British government who is controlling the people of Malli, presumably in India. This small tribe from which she belongs has a talented fighter who will stop at absolutely nothing to get her back. But the British government also has an Indian soldier who is equally as skilled; both of which dwarf all other soldiers as you’ll see in the spectacular opening scene. As the two skilled fighters clash, will they come together for their heritage roots or will the duty of the one hold true to the army he works for. This movie blew me away. I’ve never seen special effects quite like this before. There were a plethora of frames that could be used for sweet posters. This movie was produced with smart editing, cinematography and choreography. This is a modern must see.
Storytelling. This is how you setup and payoff.
RRR’s strengths are easily worth suspending a little disbelief (though no more than the average blockbuster) and accepting the style of acting. If you can get past that, and if the violence isn’t too much for you, you’re in for a treat.
There is so much more heart in this movie than anything I’ve seen for a long while. It’s nice to see a movie employ slow motion to convey emotion rather than try to magnify action. But more than the great camera work and fantastic music (this movie sounds tremendous), RRR knows how to setup a story. From the very beginning, screentime is being used to setup payoffs later.
I can see the violence being an issue for some (though, RRR is not nearly as gory as many films, but it can feel brutal at times–enough that I can’t really call this a family film).
One of the best films I’ve seen. Excellent.
Original Language te
Runtime 3 hr 7 min (187 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Drama
Director S.S. Rajamouli
Writer Vijayendra Prasad, S.S. Rajamouli, Sai Madhav Burra
Actors N.T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan Teja, Ajay Devgn
Awards 5 wins & 9 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Atmos, IMAX 6-Track
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1, 1.90 : 1 (IMAX version), 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa LF, Arri Alexa LF, Arri Signature Prime Lenses
Laboratory ANR Sound and Vision, Annapurna Studios, Hyderabad (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (4.5K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format D-Cinema