Rangasthalam

Cast : RamCharan, Samantha, Aadi, Jagapathi Babu

Director : Sukumar

Music : Devi Sri Prasad

DOP: Rathnavelu

Story:
This is a revenge story of deaf guy in a village, set in 1980's. 

Review: Have you ever watched a film of 1980's starred by Chiranjeevi, Krishna, Shoban babu. Nope!! Here it is, directed by our very own brilliant director "Sukku".

Coming to my analysis:

Ram Charan proved that he can also make wonders with his acting and expressions. I personally feel this is his second film after Magadheera. It almost took 10 years to deliver superb acting in this film.

Single expression actor have transformed to multiple expressions actor with this. Special thanks to Sukku for extracting acting from RC :P

He was almost in every frame of the film throughout. I could remember see only Chittibabu in the film, such is his dedication. When he was hitting 'society' guy, I almost got goosebumps.

Samantha(Ramalaxmi) had given superb performance in the de-glamorized role. It was a cakewalk for her.

Jaggu once again made an impact with his versatile acting without uttering words as an antagonist.  No one does feel that he didn't utter much words in the film throughout.

Rathnavelu(DOP), the man behind the magic of 1980's. The very scene where I got flattered was the fight in the paddy fields where chitti babu involved, it was so realistic that one can feel it was happening before your eyes.

Aadi after doing villian roles in the recent times, the character as Kumar Babu was one of the best roles he has done in the recent past. 

Sukku presented the film in 1980's and showed the bonding between the brothers and characters, voice modulation, dialogues well. He is a creative brilliant. 

+ Points: Ram Charan, Samantha, Jagapathi, Aadi performances, climax twist.

- Points : Length of the film.

Music :  Background score by Devi was very impressive.

Rating: 3.5/5

Bottom line: Enjoy 1980's revenge drama.

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