Ranghasthalam movie review

  • Released on :30th march-2018.


 2018 ‧ Drama/Action ‧ 3 hours

cast : Mega power star Ram Charan tej, Samantha Akkineni,Adhi pinnisetty ,Pooja Hegde As JIgelu rani, Anasuyya bharadhwaj

Rightout Cinema crush Rating :3/5

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Ram Charans long awaited rustic entertainer Rangasthalam 1985, directed by Sukumar, is all set to take the box office by storm. Majority of the film has been shot in Godavari region and the art work is said to be the mainstay of the film.


        Rangasthalam is an uncomplicated, familiar story set in 1980s era. Chittibabu ( Ram Charan) , a village youngster, lives life to fullest despite being partially deaf. He goes all out to support his Dubai returned elder brother Kumar Babu ( Adi Pinisetty). Ruthless baddy Phanindra Bhupati ( Jagapathi Babu ) is the president of Rangasthalam village for continuous 30 years. He kills anyone who dares to question his atrocities. After a sequence of incidents, Kumar Babu revolts against the president, files nomination against him in upcoming elections. Rest of the story is how Chittibabu helps his brother and deals with the consequences.


Rangasthalam has its own merits and demerits equally. Versatile director Sukumar seems focused more on recreating 80s ambience. In each scene, each frame audience can see the utmost care had been put into to make an authentic 80s era story. Sukumar and his production team passed with distinction in this aspect. Not only the sets but also the costumes, characters diction, their body language etc. are so perfect. Sukumars characters carry real life with them than just cinematic presence Films with this backdrop have the scope to deliver heart touching emotions, but director has failed in delivering emotional threads within. First half is very good with Charan-Samantha thread, nice songs and authentic rural setting. By interval, right premise has been set for second half. But, second half has been dragged on with boring sentiment scenes. Telugu audiences are not used for such lengthy sentiment scenes. President Jagapathi babu characterization is too good in first half, but in second half this role is abruptly sidelined and obviously overall impact is diluted. Adi Pinisetty final scene reminds us of a typical Tamil sentiment film. In second half, the violence is bit more. For the dragged second half, climax is the savior. Production values by Mythri movies are top class.


Ram Charan performance, Very authentic recreation of 80s rural life  and Three superhit Songs.


Overdose of sentiment scenes in second half No emotional connect.

Finally as there are no big films in the market it is worth watching with family at this weekend.The feature of this film depends finally on what fans decide to have it from a mass star like mega power star Ramcharan.

Final rightout creations rating: 3/5.


Release Date : 30th March, 2018

Director : Sukumar

Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad

Cinematography: R. Rathnavelu

Production Company: Mythri Movie Makers

Starring : Ram Charan, Samantha, Aadhi Pinisetty 

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