Rangasthalam Movie Review and Rating

Movie : Rangasthalam
Cast : Ram Charan, Samantha, Aadi Pinishetty, Jagapathi Babu 
Director : Sukumar 
Produced by : Mythri Movie Makers
Release date : 30th March, 2018

Mega Power Star Ram Charan's Rangasthalam is one of the most awaited films of the year. Rangasthalam marks the first time collaboration of Ram Charan and creative director Sukumar. No doubt this film will be biggest opener for Ram charan. Now let's see if Rangasthalam can score big at box office or not!


Chitti babu (Ram charan), a partially impaired village guy who leads a simple and happy life in his village with his family. He falls in love with RamaLakshmi (Samantha) in his first sight. Things take a turn as his brother Kumar Babu (Aadi Pinishetty) who returns from Dubai decides to contest against corrupted and ruthless President (Jagapathi Babu) in coming elections with the help of local MLA(Prakash Raj). One day Kumar Babu gets killed. Rest of the story revolves around who killed Kumar Babu and how did Chitti babu avenge for his bothers death.


No doubt, Rangasthalam marks the career best performance by Ram Charan. Doing a role of a hearing impaired guy is not so easy but Ram charan lived in the role. Till date there were few trolls in social media on his acting skills but after watching his performance in Rangasthalam even haters will say that he is a good actor. Samantha Proves once again why she is called best actress of this generation in Tollywood. She excelled in the role of rural girl Rama Lakshmi. Anasuya did justice to her role Rangamma. Jagapathi Babu did his best in role of president. Aadi Pinishetty is very much convincing in his given space. Prakash Raj is given a limited screen space yet he gave his best.


+ Ram Charan Performance
+ DSP Music
+ Cinematography
+ Background Score
+ First Half
+ Climax


- Regular Revenge Story
- Some parts in 2nd Half


Although Rangasthalam is predictable Revenge story without many twists Director Sukumar succeeds in impressing audience. No doubt Rangasthalam is definitely a good entertainer for commercial audience but may not impress small set of class audience.

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