Mega Powerstar Ram Charan’s highly anticipated village drama, Rangasthalam, has been in news right from its announcement. With all the positive buzz surrounded, the film has hit the screens worldwide today. Let’s see how it is.
Set up in 1980’s time period, Rangasthalam story revolves around a village president(Jagapathi Babu) and an educated guy(Kumar Babu), who hails from the same village. Fed up with president’s illegal activities Kumar Babu decides to file a nomination against the mighty president. In the course of time, how will Kumar Babu’s younger brother Chitti Babu(Ram Charan) safeguard his brother for the antagonist assistants? What type of challenges will Chitti Babu face in the meantime? to know this, you have to watch the film on the silver screen.
Ram Charan’s acting is a major plus point for the film. Right from his get up, dialogue delivery and comedy timing Charan has re-discovered himself and explored completely new person on screen. This is surely going to be his career-best performance.
Heroine Samantha has done a good job in her village girl role. Special mention to Anasuya, who just excelled in Rangamatta role.This is going to be a lifetime memorable role for her. Other actors like Aadhi, Jagapathi Babu and Prakash Raj did an impressive job in given roles.
- Ram Charan’s performance
- Realistic approach
- Sukumar’s visualization
- Rustic Vibe
- Lagging scenes in second half
- A bit too rustic
- A few emotional scenes go overboard
Overall, Ranagasthalam works mainly because of Ram Charan’s outstanding performance and raw narration. If you are eagerly waiting to witness 1980’s set up and some rustic visuals and beautiful Godavari region culture and atmosphere, this is the right film to catch out for this weekend. Go watch it in theaters near you.
Netiap.com Rating : 3.5/5
Reviewed by Netiap Team