Rangasthalam Movie Review & Rating Ram Charan’s lungi avatar is mass

Ram Charan Most Awaited Flick Rangasthalam 1985 a silver screened worldwide on this Friday and film Received positive Reviews and Rating From Audience Those who Watched Premiere Shows in USA, UAE and the Telugu States. The aggressive campaign, the catchy songs have created a huge buzz around the film.

Review: The film set in the 80s, also starring Adhi Pinisetty, Jagpathi Babu, Anasuya Bharadwaj and Prakash Raj in pivotal roles.  Ram Charan plays a hearing-impaired engineer who has a knack for fixing machines in this film, Ram Charan steals the show with his outstanding performance. Storywise it establishes the Rangasthalam village feud between the president and downtrodden.

Chitti Babu who runs a boat for his work turns into the trusted person to powerful landlords battling for supremacy in the village governmental issues and handles the circumstance when a villager files nomination against these landowners. How he supported the villager and came against the Powerful Landlord Dictator is the rest of the Story.

Director Sukumar excelled in portraying 80s life in a typical village .. the artwork, characters are quite authentic and raw. Jagapathi Babu, Samantha, Anasuya roles are good. All three songs are good. Ramcharan characterization, his ease in action are never seen before from a top league hero. However, due to its rawness, we need to wait and see how fans receive his character and theme of the film.

In the second half, few scenes involving Adi are too melodramatic, prolonged and of heavy Telugu flavour. Pooja Hegde’s “Jigelu Rani” is a pakka oora mass number on-screen, masses will go bonkers in B,Cs.

Performances: Ram Charan plays a brand new character — a partially-deaf engineer — and has done justice to the role. He wins your heart with his action, comic timing and electrifying performance, which is the highlight of Rangasthalam.

Samantha plays the role of Rama Lakshmi, his love interest and the hottie of the village. Aadhi Pinisetty will be seen playing the role of Chitti Babu’s brother Kumar Babu, Jagapathi Babu; the role of the dapper baddie President of the village and Anasuya Bharadwaj as the sensual siren, Rangammatta.

Samantha Akkineni had some scope for acting, and she has done a good job of it. Her expressions and chemistry with Cherry are attractions of the film as well. Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj and others have also done justice to their roles and are among the assets of the movie, say, viewers.

Verdict:

Rangasthalam 1985 Movie is a perfect movie to watch this weekend. It is the Story of Typical Rangasthalam Village backdrop in 1980’s looks for survival and monotony from the Dictators. Worth to Watch. With so many positives Words Film going well at Boxoffice, it will be interesting to see how this film fares.