When it comes to fictional dramas, filmmakers are free to explore their imagination and pen the story in a most suitable way. But when they are dealing with mythological or historical fictions, they need to ensure that facts are not altered. However, they can change the story if the there are no written scripts or stories of the historical personas.
Directorial genius SS Rajamouli, who created fictional characters like Kaala Bhairava (in Magadheera), Baahubali, and others, is now coming up with RRR, a fictional based film on two freedom fighters Alluri Seetharamaraju and Komaram Bheem. As a part of their lives is not scripted in any books, Rajamouli went an extra mile to fantasize the story. From the introduction teasers it is evident that Rajamouli is set to show both the characters in a never seen before avatar.
However, his experiment has not gone well with some section of audience. Already we saw how makers were criticized when Komaram Bheem's introduction teaser showed NTR wearing a skull cap. Now, one more controversy has cropped up for makers- The love track that was infused for Komaram Bheem's character. It is known that foreign actress Oliva Morris was roped in to play the lead lady opposite Tarak, and now there is a talk that one more actress will also pair up with Tarak.
This love angle of Bheem is now one of the buzzing and most talked about topic in the industry. Already a few negative talk have begun about how makers can turn a brave hero into a lover boy. Let's wait and see if this love track will lead some unexpected controversies or the viewers will treat it as a fictional tale and not factual.