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                                 rangasthalam review  5/3.5

Tollywood Movie Reviews : -  Sukumar Rangasthalam's Telugu film, starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni, has received positive reviews and good ratings from viewers around the world.

Rangasthalam is a vintage revenge drama and Sukumar wrote the story and screenplay of the film, which was produced by Y Naveen, Y Ravi Shankar and Mohan CV under the Mythri Movie Makers banner. The film has received a U / A certificate and its autonomy is 173 minutes.

Rangasthalam Story: The film takes place in the context of a drought-stricken village named Rangasthalam. The film is about Chitti Babu, a partially deaf engineer who manages a boat to make a living. He fights against the powerful landowners who fight for supremacy in his village and makes water accessible to farmers. How he does it forms the heart of the story.

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Analysis: Rangasthalam deals with a routine revenge drama, but Sukumar's treatment on the subject is a brilliant artist. The director has included some exciting twists with commercial ingredients. However, the film hangs and slows down in some parts, but that does not take away your interest, say the audience.

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

Samantha Akkineni had some latitude to act, and she did a good job. His expressions and his chemistry with Cherry are also attractions of the film. Aadhi Pinisetty, Babu Jagapathi, Prakash Raj and others have also done justice to their roles and are among the assets of the film, say viewers.

Technique: Built on a budget of Rs 60 crore, Rangasthalam has fantastic production values. Devi Sri Prasad's hit songs, Chandrabose's words, Rathnavelu's beautiful photographic work, the stunning 1980s set by art director Rama Krishna Monika, Ram-Laxman's choreography and Navin's dialogue and montages Nooli. let's say the public.