Rangasthalam movie review

Rangasthalam movie review

Release date: March 30, 2018

Movie Rating: 3.5/5

Starring: Ram Charan, Samantha, Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapati Babu

Director: Sukumar

Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad

Rangasthalam movie is a most ambitious project in Ram Charan’s career after Magadeera.Charan for the first time ever chosen a partially deaf roll in Sukumar movie Rnagasthalam.Rangasthalam is a village drama which was a most awaited combination of Sukumar and ram charan.After a huge round of movie promotions and audio went super hit given by Devi Sri Prasad and finally movie hit the screens on 30th March 2018 with full of expectations.



Rangasthalam movie is a village background story of a backward village called rangasthalam.

Chitti Babu (Ram Charan) is a happy going lucky young guy who is partially deaf falls in love with Laksmi (Samantha).

The entire village faces problems with the ruthless village president (Jagapathi Babu). Kumar Babu (Aadhi Pinisetty) who is the elder brother of Chitti Babu returns from Dubai. Kumar Babu upsets that no change in the village and people and he finds that village president is the cause of the village problems and decides to go against the president and faces serious problems. Rest of the story is how chittibabu takes things being deaf how he goes against the president and solves the village problems from the ruthless president (Jagapathi Babu).

Positive points:

Ram Charan improved Performance

Direction and story flow

Star Casting in de-glamorized and disability roles.

Art Department work is awesome

Catchy songs and BGM

First Half and Climax


Negative Point:

lengthy run time of the movie.


The verdict of the movie

On an overall Rangasthalam movie is a different village drama with this kind of story and casting in recent days. the movie is having all kind of aspects of human emotions and village relationships, a cute love story in village backdrop and fantastic acting by Ram Charan Tej. even family audience will enjoy it too if they ignore slight lengthy run time of the movie.


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  3. Ram Charan is a delight to watch in this film, delivering what probably is his best performance till date. Be it in the scenes where he oozes childishness or the ones when you see a broken man that no one can heal, you can see it all in the way his eyes emote. Samantha is also good in her role as the rustic Rama Lakshmi, who is Chitti Babu’s female counterpart, the one he needs and deserves. Aadhi Pinisetty also delivers a stupendous performance as the idealist who believes it will definitely be him who will be able to bring about change. Jagapathi Babu and Anasuya Bharadwaj deliver subtle yet powerful performances, making a lasting impression with the simplest of dialogues.

    Rathnavelu and Devi Sri Prasad need to take a bow, not just for delivering picture-perfect visuals and soundtrack, but for also setting the mood of the film with their work. DSP’s background score is strong in this one! Also, the retro ‘record dance’ style number ‘Jigelu Rani’ ft. Pooja Hegde is a delight to watch on the large screen. Where the film falls short however is towards its epilogue. Despite the cracks showing through, you notice how badly broken Chitti Babu really is only towards the end when he’s pushed to the brim. Prakash Raj’s character is the only one that remains not well fleshed out and almost seems to be there just to push things through and deliver a haphazard conclusion.

  4. Wonderful review

  5. Nice review

  6. Nice review . Exactly said ..

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