Rangasthalam Full Movie Review : Fully Mass Entertainment!!!

March 30, 2018

Cast: Ram Charan, Samantha, Aadhi Pinisetty, Anasuya Bharadwaj, Prakash Raj, Jagapathi Babu, Amit Sharma, Naresh, Rohini, Brahmaji, Gauthami, Rajesh Diwakar, Pooja Hegde
Production House: Mythri Movie Makers
Music & BGM: Devi Sri Prasad
Editor: Navin Nooli
Cinematography: Ratnavelu
Producers: Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar, Mohan Cherukuri
Writer & Director: Sukumar

Sukumar directorial 'Rangasthalam' released today amidst high expectations, featuring Ram Charan and Samantha in lead roles. Devi Sri Prasad's music and Rathnavelu's cinematography also had high expectations placed on them from day one.

Rangasthalam starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni was perhaps one of the most anticipated movie of the year. Fans had been waiting for the rustic entertainer with bated breath. Helmed by Sukumar, the film is expected to take the Box Office by storm. The film garnered a lot of eyeballs from the very beginning—whether it was Ram Charan and Samantha’s rustic looks or the folksy music composed by the very talented Devi Sri Prasad.

Set in the 1980s, the first half of the film sees Ram Charan essay the role of Chitti Babu, a partially deaf individual who's full of life. He runs the motor that water the fields in the village he resides in, Rangasthalam. Beautifully innocent, he remains blissfully ignorant of the atrocities carried out in his village by President garu (Jagapathi Babu).

Things change for better or for worse when his brother Kumar Babu (Aadhi Pinnisetty) returns from Dubai and notices that the village has not progressed at all. Chitti Babu falls in love with the fiesty and surprisingly empowered Rama Lakshmi (Samantha) who relies on her common sense and sixth class education to get by in life. While the villagers seem to be as blissfully ignorant and happy as Chitti Babu on the surface, things get to a point where they can't ignore their circumstances too. What happens when one of them dares to go against the president and strive for change is what 'Rangasthalam' is all about.

Story:Rangasthalam is a village in which the feudal lord makes it difficult for the residents to live.The first half also sees Anasuya as Rangammatta, Chitti Babu's best friend for all means and purposes. Set in the 80s, the story also follows the theme of movies from the era. However, the music, cinematography, acting make it seem refreshing. Ram Charan and Samantha are beautifully rustic in their roles and the character of Chitti Babu is the undoubtedly the highlight of the first half.

Ram Charan plays the childishly innocent character with perfection and its refreshing to see such a character in an industry where toxic masculinity is usually celebrated on screen. It's also refreshing to see a non-romantic, platonic friendship on screen between opposing sexes.Unreleased Song Most Emotiona

The first half has been an entertaining one with some memorable scenes and three songs. It remains to be seen how the second half will fare as things seem to be getting serious.

Role:Samantha Akkineni is a brilliant actress. Her appearance is not only sprightly represented, but also beautiful. Samantha as a 80's village girl is just amazing. Rama Lakshmi is one of the best roles in Rangasthalam. Samantha breaks her stereotypes by even accepting the role. 

Anasuya Bharadwaj as Rangamatta is apt. Her role is well-written and well-executed. There are some bright moments where Anasuya dominates. Rangamatta and Chitty Babu combination scenes are too good. 

Jagapathi Babu's role is well-built with a powerful appeal. As a nefarious feudal lord, Jaggu Bhai excels. 

Aadi Pinisetty has done a wonderful job as Kumara Babu. It is already established that Aadi is a good performer. 

Prakash Raj steals some moments. His acting is just as good as always.

Review Ratings:✯✯✯.5/5

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