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RRR First Review Out! "Aag Laga Di" Says UAE Based Critic As He Praises Jr NTR, Ram Charan And Team

The first review of SS Rajamouli's RRR was recently shared by a member of the UK, UAE Censor Board.

SS Rajamouli's RRR is all set to release this Friday and the hype for the film among the audience is on another level. Starring Jr NTR and Ram Charan in lead roles, the makers are leaving no stone unturned to make the film a blockbuster as they are visiting major cities to promote their film among the masses. Although the review is just a few days away, now the initial reaction of a critic from UAE is going viral.

Apart from the lead stars, the legendary creation from the makers of Baahubali also features Samuthirakani, Alison Doody, Ray Stevenson, Olivia Morris and Shriya Saran in supporting roles, along with extended cameos from Bollywood stars Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn. The film will hit the theaters this Friday, March 26, 2022.

The first review of SS Rajamouli's RRR was recently shared by Umair Sandhu, a member of the UK, UAE Censor Board, who calls himself a film and fashion critic in the UK, UAE and India. He took pride in watching the film and also called it a classic. Also, he praised Jr NTR and Ram Charan for their tremendous performances.

Sharing his thoughts on Instagram, Umair Sandhu wrote, "RRR makes you proud that an Indian filmmaker dreamed big and made it happen. It is definitely not to be missed. Call it a box-office blockbuster today, but tomorrow it will be remembered as a classic. Jr NTR and Ram Charan gave career best performance! What a deadly combo. Ajay Devgan is a surprise package.

Recently, Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan joined the team of the film during its Delhi promotion and asked the director of the film, “Baahubali 2 was the biggest hit of Indian cinema. It is truly a pan India film. How do you do that? How do you connect with so many people across the country?"

Replying to Aamir, SS Rajamouli said, 'Let me tell you frankly. I am not saying this just because you are here. The first film to be accepted across India was Lagaan. It was only in Hindi. Bahubali was in four languages. And RRR is in five languages. The way the whole country was linked with the rent, it left a big impression on me. I have learned from Lagaan that if I make my story based on basic human emotions, I get to connect with more people.”

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