A Rajamouli film always raises curiosity and he gets free publicity because of his impeccable repertoire. This time RRR might not be a big and vast film like Bahubali but like in each of his social dramas, the plot will always have a high, be it before the interval or in the second half.
The director caters to all segments and he knows that particular emotion will move people no matter what strata he belongs too. It mostly includes inflicting of torture or betrayal or a certain shock value.
There are many stories and structure of the film doing the rounds, one of which says that Alluri Sitarama Raju grows up yearning for a gun, trains to possess one and finally becomes a cop.
Ajay Devgan in Delhi teaches him or inculcates the spirit in him, that an Indian should always possess a gun despite having traditional warfare and weaponry.
Another story and source cites they are brothers and one of them is raised by the British and he develops feelings in their favour and finally the siblings unite to fight the enemy. Overall the poster and the title did not create great hype or interest amongst the movie going public.