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Rangasthalam Movie Review

March 30, 2018 at 12:15 pm
Rangasthalam Movie Review

Ram Charan took over a year for Rangasthalam which is said to be a village based romantic entertainer laced with an interesting political drama. Sukumar directed the movie and Ram Charan’s look from the film received exceptional response. Samantha is the heroine while Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj, Aadhi Pinisetty and Anasuya Bharadwaj played other pivotal roles. Bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers, Rangasthalam released all over today. Here is the complete review of the film.

Story:

The story happens in a Godavari based village called Rangasthalam in 1980s and it mainly confronts village politics. Chitti Babu (Ram Charan), a partially deaf guy lives with his family and works supplying water for farms. He falls in love with Rama Lakshmi (Samantha) and works hard to express his love for her. Right at the time, the village struggles under the hard clutches of President Phanindra Bhupathi (Jagapathi Babu), Chitti Babu’s brother Kumar Babu returns back from Dubai and decides to contest in elections. The rest of Rangasthalam is how the village turns Ranasthalam and what happens next. Watch Rangasthalam for the complete story:

Positives:

Ram Charan

Performances of all the lead actors

Technical aspects

Grand visuals

Production Values

Sukumar and his work

Negatives:

Lengthy Runtime

Some flaws in the second half

Performance:

Ram Charan has been flawless as Chitti Babu and his work will sure be remembered for a long time. The actor shines as Chitti Babu and his screen presence, dialogue diction should be well appreciated. Samantha once again makes the audience fall in love with her performance. She has been apt and fit as a village belly. Anasuya Bharadwaj has been realistic and she topped the show with her limited presence. Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj and Aadhi Pinisetty have been natural and delivered out their best for the film. All the other actors have been supportive.

Rangasthalam has an interesting plot which has been narrated with utmost detailing. The screenplay and the dialogues looked outstanding. The music and the background score have been the film’s assets and the cinematography elevated the film well. Some of the episodes have been lavishly shot and the production values have been grand. Sukumar delivered out his best for Rangasthalam and his work will be lauded in the coming days.

Verdict:

Rangasthalam is sure one among the classics of Telugu cinema which will be remembered for a long time. Ram Charan and his team shined with perfection in the village based political thriller which should not be given a miss.

Rating: 3.25/5

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