The trailer of Bahubali director SS Rajamouli’s film RRR has been released. After watching the trailer of few minutes, it can be estimated that how tremendous the film is going to be. This film of Rajamouli is full of patriotism story, in which you will also get to see friendship and deceit. In the trailer of RRR, we have seen strong actions and dialogues, which is less to praise. Let us now know about those real life heroes who inspired Rajamouli to make a film worth Rs 400 crore.
But do you know that the story of the film RRR is based on a true incident, which was told by S.R. s. Rajamouli (S. S. Rajamouli) in a slightly fanciful guise. The story of this film is based on the real life heroes Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, who started a rebellion against the British in the year 1920.
Who were Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem
The story of the film RRR can reportedly be said to be fictional, but its roots are associated with two brave men taking on the British. Sitaram Raju was born in 1897 in Visakhapatnam, while Komaram Bheem was born in the year 1900 in Sankepalli village of Adilabad.
There was not much difference in the age of Sitaram and Komaram, so the boys of these days had to bear the tyranny of the British since childhood. In such a situation, Sitaram Raju and Komaram Bhima had awakened the courage to fight a war against the British since childhood, for which they adopted different strategies.
started rebellion against the British
To take on the British, Komaram Bhima gathered some people of the tribal community and then together with them waged a war against the British for the independence of Hyderabad, he had mastered the gorilla war. In such a situation, Komaram Bhima and his companions fought together from the year 1928 to 1940 with the Nizam and his army, during which Komaram Bhima got martyrdom while fighting the war.
On the other hand, Sitaram Raju tried to understand their strategy while staying close to the British, after which he led the Rampa rebellion from 1922 to 1924. During this rebellion, Sitaram Raju had released the sixes of the British soldiers, due to which the British army started weakening.
In such a situation, the British decided to adopt a repression policy against Sitaram Raju, because they knew that if Sitaram Raju was alive, he would give his life to get freedom for India. In such a situation, the British rulers imprisoned Sitaram Raju during the battle and then tied him to a tree and roasted him with countless bullets, due to which Sitaram Raju also died fighting for the country.
The film RRR is full of action sequences.
The film RRR depicts the same conflict and war policy of Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, to make it more interesting, director S. s. Rajamouli has put some fictional scenes in the film.
Not only this, to make the film lengthy, fictional facts have also been included in its story, but all this does not make any difference to the struggle of Sitaram and Komaram and the fight they fought for the forest rights of the tribals.
In such a situation, if you also want to join the revolutionary story of Sitaram Raju and Kolaram Bheem, then book tickets for the film RRR today. So far, this film has crossed the Rs 500 crore mark, while the audience is also very much liking the film and its action sequences.