Galatta Media recently announced its new venture, Galatta Plus, a YouTube channel exclusively dedicated to catering to the nationwide audience, covering Indian cinema, as a whole. National award winning film critic Baradwaj Rangan is the Editor-in-Chief of Galatta Plus. The proceedings of Galatta Plus began with the interview of SS Rajamouli, one of India's finest filmmakers, best known for his Baahubali franchise. The star filmmaker is now all set for the release of his next film, RRR which stars Jr NTR and Ram Charan in the lead roles. RRR is set to hit the screens this Friday, March 25, and ahead of the release, Rajamouli and Baradwaj Rangan had a detailed discussion on the film.

During the interaction, Rajamouli revealed that Ram Charan's opening scene in RRR will be a mind-boggling treat for fans and added that this is his best ever shot opening sequence. Talking about it, Rajamouli said, "When I said that, it didn't mean the final output. Of course, the final output is absolutely mind-boggling, but I meant the shooting part. When you are seeing in front of your eyes, 1000 people ganging up on one guy (Charan), and when I see 'action', you don't see anyone. The dust is rising. There are 1000s of people inside and Ram Charan is somewhere in between them.

The cameras are of course there to capture. After I say 'cut', it will take 10 - 15 seconds for the dust to settle down. The practice of that sequence happened for 3 - 4 months and due credits to stunt choreographer Solomon for his extensive work. Doing a completely chaotic sequence in a very well choreographed manner - that is like a very big excitement. Scary yet exciting. After completing that sequence in 15-16 days, there was not even a single injury. When you watch that sequence on screen, you will not believe, that this sequence did not cause a single injury.

Of course, minor bruises were there, but there were no major concerns".