SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus is breaking records with each passing day. The film has won people’s hearts with its cinematography and epic storyline. While each sequence in the film has been co-ordinated aptly, Ram Charan’s introduction scene has become a highlight of the film. In a recent interaction, filmmaker SS Rajamouli spilled the beans on Ram Charan’s entry scene and revealed his biggest fear during the shooting of the sequence.
RRR’s director SS Rajamouli talked about Ram Charan’s entry scene and how he wanted it to appear over the screen. He shared, “When you see a 1000 people ganging up on one guy, you will feel the adrenaline rush. Filming Charan’s introduction block was a scary experience. Soon after I said action, 1000 people, with Charan amongst them would move at once and there used to be dust all over. It was scary not to see him clearly amidst such a huge crowd. Luckily, he came out unscathed.”
He further added,” The unit prepared for this scene for 3-4 months and then filmed it for 15-16 days.”
For the unversed, RRR is based on the lives of Telugu freedom fighters, Alluri Seetharama Raju and Komaram Bheem who are fighting to break away the shackles of the British empire in India. These two roles are played by Ram Charan and Jr NTR respectively. The movie presents their friendship and dedication to work for the nation and to work towards independence. The film also stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn among others.
News18.com’s review of the film reads, “It’s impossible not to be impressed by the magnificent introduction sequences of both Ram Charan and NTR. The pre-interval sequence is one of the most amazing scenes that we have witnessed in Indian cinema in recent years. The climax just takes it a notch above. It’s hard not to cheer when a key character avenges against the Britishers, it’s hard not to start tapping your feet when the two actors dance on Nacho Nacho. There is virtually no stopping Rajamouli’s incredible imagination.”