Rise, Roar, Revolt—Rated triple R

The Indian film RRR sets a high bar in story and visual effects.

Karen Moltenbrey

The epic film RRR features a wide range of visual effects and centers on two real-life revolutionaries, although the movie plot is fictional. (Source: DVV Entertainment) When most people think of filmmaking in India, Bollywood comes to mind, with its elaborate song-and-dance routines, romantic melodrama, meticulously choreographed fight scenes, stunning cinematography, elaborate sets, and large (very large) crowd scenes. The live-action feature RRR proves that Indian filmmaking can handedly make the leap to the superhero genre, while, amazingly, retaining many of the beloved hallmarks audiences have come to know and love about traditional movies from that country. The epic action

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