Rangasthalam Review


Rangasthalam Review:

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The most awaiting musical spectacular from DSP and the cult combination between  Sukumar and Mega Power Star Ram Charan Tej “Rangasthalam” hit the screens today. No doubt this village drama in this modern era is a visual feast from Mr. Ratnavelu in direction of Sukumar. Do you want to know its results? Check out the Rangasthalam Review.

Rangasthalam Movie Cast:

Ram Charan, Sukumar, DSP, Samantha Akkineni, Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj

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Sukumar’s beautiful vision Rangasthalam has come to light with a setup and background during the 1980’s in a village background. To begin with, Ram Charan who played the lead role Chitti Babu having a hearing disorder is a very happy and energetic person who has a love interest for Lakshmi. The movie shows the strong grip of Monopolistic ruthless leadership existed in the village under its president.

To tackle the monopoly, Chitti Babu’s elder brother, Kumar strongly decided to go against the village president and create awareness amongst the villagers. This rebel attitude of Kumar grew fierce hatred in the village president over Kumar. The president plans a strong revenge against Kumar. Will he succeed? How will Chitti babu save his brother from the trap of village president? Is the village free from the monopolistic rule of the president?

To find the answers to the above you must watch this movie Rangasthalam.


Rangasthalam would probably be Charan’s highly appreciable project till date. Sukumar could discover and bring out the best acting skills from Ram Charan. Charan’s performance is outstanding. Accepting a role that revolves around an inability like hearing disorder is a brave move by Charan. Throughout the movie, every single bite is a visual treat.

Samantha’s expressions and acting skills totally nailed the movie. Sam’s de-glamour role as ‘Lakshmi’ receives a commendable applause across the globe.  Her cute little expressions speak volumes about the talent.

Jagapathi babu once again sets his mark villainism and style living in the role.

Anusuya is a surprise package in the movie altogether. This movie would definitely be a turning point in her career.

Music of Devi Sri Prasad, the rock star DSP.


  • Lengthy Run Time
  • Dull second half


This Friday, if you want to spend some good time with your family watching a village visual drama, Rangasthalam is an apt choice. Ram Charan and Samantha’s acting skills will surely make you stick to your seats.

Rangasthalam movie rating by QLB News:  4 / 5


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