The Director of “RRR” Is “Seriously Working on The Story” for A Sequel, Promising More “Epic Battles” with The Colonising British!
The sequel is already in the works, so RRR director S.S. Rajamouli will provide even more explosive action. The filmmaker revealed that his father, a screenwriter, is really working on the story after hearing that the blockbuster action smash movie is getting a sequel (variety).
The primary heroes, Komaram Bheem (NTR Jr.) and Alluri Sitaram Raju (Ram Charan Teja), will be returning, and the British colonial villains will also play a significant role in the plot, according to Rajamouli, though specifics about the film are still being kept under wraps.
The director continued by saying that while he initially had no intentions for a sequel, the idea grew more interesting as the film received positive reviews from all over the world. We had no notion about [a sequel] when we were filming, he claimed. Following its first success, we had a brief discussion and tossed around some nice ideas, but we didn’t think there was a particularly fantastic one that was worth pursuing, so we decided to end the discussion there.
Then, after the project’s widespread popularity, when the subject came up again, my cousin [M. M. Keeravani], who is also a member of my core team, came up with a concept that we all thought was fantastic. This is the notion that should be pursued.
Rajamouli claims that after hearing his father tell the tale to him and the other people working on the project, he requested him to “immediately sit on it and expand the idea.” He claimed that he is currently working diligently on finishing the story. But once this script is complete, we will begin to seriously consider how to produce it, when to produce it, and how to get it on screen.
After being launched in March 2022, RRR has grown unexpectedly popular in a market dominated by Bollywood movies. One of the most expensive films produced in India, the historical fiction epic in Telugu depicts real-life Indian freedom warriors Bheem and Raju (Ram Charan) as they battle British colonial forces in the 1920s.