Rangasthalam Movie review: Sukumar’s ‘ Rangasthalam’ caught everyone’s attention right from the start, be it for Ram Charan and Samantha’s rustic looks or Devi Sri Prasad’s folksy music. Everything about the film seemed catchy, be it the characters’ names or the way Ram Charan’s partially deaf character Chittu Babu called himself the ‘sound engineer’ of his village. Set in the 1980s, the film charts the journey of Chitti Babu and the characters in his fictional village of ‘Rangasthalam’.
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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.
The film features music by Devi Sri Prasad and lyrics by Chandrabose. The DOP of the film has been done by Rathnavelu. Recently, Ram Charan bestowed gifts on the three writers on Sukumar’s writing team because he was that impressed with the work they had done.
Sukumar on the other hand though credited Rathnavelu for the work done on the film while talking during the audio launch of the film. He had said that if anyone liked him as a director after watching this film, they should give the DOP due credit for it, because he had captured the essence of the film well.
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