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RRR | 2022 | NR | – 1.8.2

content-ratingsWhy is “RRR” rated NR? The MPAA has not rated this film. The evaluation includes a hug and some flirting, numerous scenes of people fighting against the odds with many opponents in hand-to-hand combat as well as with guns and arrows, many fight scenes with punches and kicks and throws, a couple of scenes showing animals attacking humans, a child being abducted, several arguments, and some moderate language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.

Indian epic taking place during the 1920s, the waning years of the British occupation of India: A tribal leader (N.T. Rama Rao Jr.) pledged to save a young girl abducted by the British governor and his wife comes in conflict with a policemen (Ram Charan) whose loyalties appear to be firmly with the colonial army. Also with Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Olivia Morris, Shriya Saran, Ray Stevenson, Alison Doody, Samuthirakani, Chandra Sekhar, Makrand Deshpande, Rajeev Kanakala and Rahul Ramakrishna. Directed by S.S. Rajamouli. In Telugu with English subtitles and English. [Running Time: 3:07]


 – A man and a woman hug. A man orchestrates a meeting between another man and a woman. A man and a woman talk and flirt in a few scenes. A man watches a woman from a distance and seems smitten. Men and women dance together in a couple of scenes.
 Shirtless men are shown in several scenes and we see bare chests, abdomens and backs. A shirtless man is shown exercising (we see his bare chest, abdomen, back and shoulders). Women at a large celebration wear low-cut and off-the-shoulder dresses that reveal cleavage and bare backs.


 – A huge crowd of people press against a fence around a police outpost and they chant for someone to be released, and one man throws a stone that breaks the glass of a portrait inside the building: the commanding officer calls for that man to be arrested, one officer with a long stick jumps into the crowd and beats many men as he moves inexorably toward the man he is to arrest, while being trampled, held under a mound of men a couple of times, and struck around the head and body; he breaks out of one pile by breaking people’s fingers (we see the hands bend unnaturally and we hear cracking), he continues to beat many men and they punch him, he is hit in the head with a rock (he has a bloody nose and face), climbs a structure which topples (many men are pushed over a ledge and tumble down hitting their heads as they roll down), and continues fighting the crowd as he drags one man with him through the gate and inside the compound (the remaining crowd retreats and disperses).
 A large truck crashes through the gates of a palace, rams a car and flips it over, and many wild animals rush out of the truck and through a crowd of people gathered for a celebration; we see people being bitten and pinned by tigers, leopards, bears and wolves as they scream, guards try to shoot the animals as they are attacked and men fight with guards; a man and a guard fight and the guard swings a heavy chain to strike the man, but the guard is impaled by a deer’s antler and we see a lot of blood as the animal thrashes, a carriage is flipped over in flames, a man is struck in the chest by a thrown burning wheel, a man is held with his arms behind his back and is punched in the stomach and face, one man is thrown and one man is struck with a barricade pole and the men fight with heavy punches; fireworks are ignited in the area, a man is stabbed in the chest and another man dangles from a rope as a man holds a gun on a young girl.
 Many guards enter a compound and open fire on people in the area; we see people struck and thrown and bloody wounds are visible (one man is shot in the face), a man shoots several guards and we see them fall with bloody wounds, children are taken away to safety and one boy is shot in the back (we see blood as he falls to the ground and his mother is shot when she tries to go back for him); the first man is shot in the hand and in the shoulder (we see a finger missing and a bloody stump) and a boy shoots several more guards. Many people are gathered to watch a man be flogged and we see the man tied to a stump as he is whipped on the back repeatedly (we see bloody slashes open in his flesh); a woman throws a whip with spikes to use on the man and we see and hear the spikes tearing his flesh; the man is lifted off the ground by ropes tied around his wrists and a heavy weight is tied to his feet as he is raised off the platform and people in the crowd become enraged and fight with guards, biting them and scratching them and pushing a barbed wire fence.
 Soldiers move toward a man and arrows sail through the air as a booming voice speaks to them; a flaming arrow sets brush on fire around the soldiers, one man catches fire and runs screaming, a man is struck in the throat with an arrow, another through the ear, a man throws a spear that hits a motorcycle and it blows up throwing the driver, a motorcycle is spun and thrown toward a man hiding behind a tree, a man’s arm is grazed by a bullet and a man is stabbed in the abdomen with a spear; cannons are loaded and fired, a motorcycle is launched into the air, it explodes as it crashes through the window of a building where crates of TNT are stored and sets everything on fire, causing the occupants of the building to run as the structure collapses; a dead woman wrapped in wire in the rubble is seen and blood drips from her wounds, a man is shot in the shoulder with an arrow, and a man is shot in the chest and the bullet and blood explode through his back.
 A man is beaten with a sledgehammer, we hear heavy thuds land, and the man screams. A young boy shoots explosives strapped to a man’s back and they explode, blowing up many soldiers with the man. A man in a jungle smears blood on his head and face and runs as a wolf chases him, he swings on a vine and a tiger joins the chase, the tiger and the wolf collide, and the tiger continues to chase the man and is caught in a net; the man holds the tethers of the net, they break and the tiger slashes the man, he throws a vessel containing a sedative that breaks on her tiger’s nose and the animal falls unconscious. As a convoy passes a tree is pulled down and lands on a car, flipping it into the air and throwing its occupants and impaling one man on a tree (we see blood). A man fights with several guards breaking their necks (we hear cracking) and holds others on the ground. A man pulls a door off an underground cell, helps a man out, carries him on his shoulders and they fight and shoot their way out of a barracks; guards shoot at them as they run and climb a guard tower, and they shoot back and jump off the tower to escape.
 A man is shown with a very bloody face and head from another man beating him: the second man presses a stick on the man’s hand snapping one of his fingers (we hear the crack and the man screams in pain), and beats the wounded man’s knee repeatedly with the stick breaking the man’s knee (we see it bloodied). A badly injured man captures a snake as it lunges toward him, he throws the snake at a man that was beating him and it bites him on the arm (we see bloody marks on the man’s arm); the first man tells him, “You will die in one hour,” and he stumbles away losing consciousness. A man chained to the ceiling of a cell by his wrists lifts himself off the floor to exercise; we later see him with his legs broken and put in a hole in the ground and he continues to use the bars to lift himself off the ground to exercise. A man throws coins on the ground in front of a man and a woman and proceeds to take their young daughter away, they place her in a car and the child cries and pleads for her mother; the mother chases the car and jumps against it, stands in front of it where a man holds a gun to her head, and then hits her hard in the head with a tree branch (we see her fall to the ground motionless with a very bloody head wound). Large growling dogs accompanied by armed men on horseback lunge toward people gathered in a village. A police officer beats a man for not having an ID and a woman intervenes to make him stop. Several guards beat a man for information and we see his very bloody face and head. A man complains about the way another man has repaired his motorcycle and when a woman laughs at the first man, he beats the second man.
 A man finds a young girl locked behind bars in a palace and the child cries for him to take her with him; he does not. A young boy has a badly bruised shoulder from the recoil after firing a rifle and his father raises his hand to strike him. Armed guards search for a man and a young girl and beat people for information. A man kicks a woman in the stomach and she falls to the ground moaning.
 A bridge shakes as a train passes across it, one train car spills oil as it tips and catches fire with an explosion, the car falls into water below where a young boy is fishing and two men leap to save him as the flames surround the child; one man picks the boy up and throws him to the other man as they both swing from the bridge and the second man throws the child to safety.
 A man trips another man on a dance floor and as he falls, he spills a tray of drinks out of a server’s hands and onto a woman; the first man insults the man, calls him names and embarrasses him in front of a crowd of people. A guard grabs a man as he tries to enter a palace and a woman intervenes. A man runs away when he sees another man looking for him in a few scenes. A man salutes another man and a third man runs away in fear and hides among a large crowd of people in a marketplace. A woman tells police that her people have smallpox and the officers leave the area for fear of contagion.
 A man orders a man to be flogged publicly and a woman says, “I want to see him bleed.” A man declares that another man will be hanged. A man pleads for the return of a young girl and says that a man charged with rescuing her will stop at nothing and that, “He’ll tear a tiger’s jaw wide open.” A man complains about the cost of bullets and wasting them on certain people. People talk about a child having been stolen from a tribe and that they must rescue her. A man threatens a man saying, “Roast this swine on a bed of coals.” People argue about their freedom and how to regain it from an occupying force. People say, “If they catch us, they will kill all of us,” in a few scenes.
 Many men stand on each other’s shoulders and form a tall structure; two other men climb to the top to break a decorative orb at the top. A man throws nails on a road in front of a woman’s car and she gets a flat tire. A man exercises and punches a heavy bag while yelling. A man exercises and punches a wall making holes in the wall and bloodying his knuckles. Many people dance with fast and repeated kicks and spins and several collapse on the ground from exhaustion. A man prepares a remedy for snakebite and pours a liquid into the victim’s mouth.


 – 16 mild obscenities, name-calling (chit, brown rubbish, bastard, traitor, cheating, monster, bugger, swine, rat, wanker, country oaf, brute, wretched child, brown buggers, white boy, nonsense, crazy, filthy maggots, treacherous scum, native fool, disgusting, insolent brat, filthy, peasant stock, jungle rat, rats), exclamations (shut-up, calm down), 7 religious exclamations (e.g. my Lord, good God, oh God, God). | profanity glossary |


 – A man makes remedies from plants in a couple of scenes to help another man recover from a snakebite and broken legs. A man smokes a cigar in a couple of scenes.


 – British colonialism, imperialism, revolution, freedom, occupiers, friendship, betrayal, destiny, deception, fear, pride, fate, bullying, sacrifice, disappointment, promises.


 – Have faith in yourself. Sometimes deception seems necessary for the greater good, but the consequences can be dire.


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