Tuesday, September 13, 2022


RRR is a 2022 Indian film, an action drama. I always enjoy Indian films. They do tend to be long, but they don't feel long because I'm so completely engaged. It's wonderfully satisfying. I watched it on Netflix.


Vox opens with this:
S.S. Rajamouli’s RRR (Rise, Roar, Revolt) has taken the world by storm. It’s one of the most expensive Indian films ever made, and one of the most successful, becoming the fourth-highest-grossing Indian film of all time. Even Netflix, which has been streaming the movie since May, declared it to be the most watched Indian film on its service, viewed over 45 million times globally. Critics love it, and its GIFs and scenes have swept social media. It’s an undeniable slam-dunk of global success. Coming out of the Telugu-language film industry of Tollywood in South India, as opposed to the more popular Hindi-language industry of Bollywood, this period drama from India’s biggest filmmaker is a cinematic event.
Roger Ebert's site concludes by saying,
It’s not every day that a new Indian movie—which are typically not advertised to Western viewers beyond indigenous language speakers, and therefore largely ignored by Western outlets—is presented as an event to American theatergoers. Attend or miss out.
Rotten Tomatoes has a critics consensus score of 92% and an audience score even higher.


My Tea Tuesday image is of a woman making tea in an Indian tea stall:

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  1. Anonymous10:00 AM

    Indian films are intriguing but I’ve never gotten into them. Maybe some day.

    best…. mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  2. This sure looks action packed. I wonder if she is making chai spice tea. Still a little too warm yet here. Happy T Day

  3. Well I'm intrigued by that tiger and will check netflix for it. Happy T Day! Elle/EOTC xx

  4. I don't think I've ever seen an Indian movie. I'm not really an action movie fan, so I will pass on this one. Happy T day!

  5. I've seen a couple of Indian films I have enjoyed (with subtitles) It sounds intriguing from the reviews. Nice screen capture that is quite appropriate for T this Tuesday, dear. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Looks very exciting and engaging! It gets great reviews too 😊. Enjoy and Happy T Tuesday! Hugs Jo x

  7. Wow! Certainly action packed!

    All the best Jan

  8. I am not familiar with Indian movies at all. Slumdog Millionaire is as close as I get, and it was British! LOL I always find your posts interesting and usually learn something. Happy T Dya.

  9. I have watched a few Indian films but I dislike reading it in subtitles. I will check this one out.
    Happy Tea Day,

  10. Love the tea photo! Happy T Day, Valerie

  11. Wow, that movie trailer was exciting. I definately want to see this one! She is making a lot of tea - she must know my husband who drinks this much tea! LOL. Happy T-day and hugz