. Be it in the scenes where he oozes childishness or the ones when you see a broken man that no one can heal, you can see it all in the way his eyes emote. Easily the best movie of Ram charan by far, acting wise. Epic classic with Vintage touch. Anasuya is a shocker in the movie. Adi pinisetty Kumar Babu ,Prakash Raj Dakshina Murthy ,Anasuya Rangamatha are so apt for their role, they added lot of value to the story line.
It just keeps you excited, on your toes. Naresh had such great subtle acting cues, it is impressive at the funeral scene. Ranga Ranga Rangasthalaana - 4:24 Singer: Rahul Sipligunj Lyrics: Chandrabose 3. The film will see Ram play a quirky character — Chitti Babu, while Sam will play a village girl in love with him. Aadhi Pinisetty also delivers a stupendous performance as the idealist who believes it will definitely be him who will be able to bring about change. Ever since the news of leggy lass being roped in for a special dance number in Rangasthalam was out, fans had been waiting to see what Pooja and Ram will have in store for them. He returns from Dubai and seeing the state of affairs in his village, decides to bring a change.
Under what circumstances does a village simpleton turns into a dare devil and how he fights the baddies is what Rangasthalam is all about. The movie isn't intended to give out a social message, nor does it glorify the protagonist. His story with gripping screenplay keeps you engaged throughout. Watch the high on energy song Jigelu Rani below: The song is composed by Devi Sri Prasad and penned by Chandrabose. The characters, even the ones that have minimal screen time, are etched only after careful thought.
Aadhi, Anasuya, Samantha, Jagapathi babu, Jabardasth Mahesh, Ajay Ghosh got memorable roles and they all have given their best. Chitti Babu Ram Charan happy-go-lucky man who has a hearing disability and he doesn't let his disability deter him. Amazing job recreating a village of 1980s. Rangasthalam is one such movie. Fans are really excited about Rangasthalam.
Every character in the movie has their importance , no character is just standing there as a prop. Listen Rangasthalam Songs Jukebox, feat. Samantha Rama Lakshmi , Chitti babu is incomplete without Rama Lakshmi. Spell Bound performance by Ram Charan Chitti babu like never before. She is amazing, Cannot imagine any other except Samantha. Samantha excelled, Aadhi was terrific and most of all Anasuya will surprise you greatly with such an important role. These characters make up the lead actors of the film set in the 1980s.
Sadly, it's a lyrical song and not the video song, but that doesn't change the fact that it's too catchy. Pooja looks gorgeous as the village belle as she matches steps and speed with Ram Charan. His brother Kumar Babu Aadhi Pinisetty returns from Dubai only to see that nothing in the village has changed. Screen Play and Story for Rangasthalam written also by Sukumar. Even for a brief instant, cannot imagine anyone else playing Chitti Babu. And the fact that it's a thriller is like a frosting on the cake.
Rangasthalam is directed by Sukumar and stars , Aadhi Pinisetty, Prakash Raj, Jagapathi Babu and Anasuya Bharadwaj in key roles apart from birthday boy Ram Charan. The film is not just set in the 80s; it also picks a story template from that era and narrates the tale in a refreshingly raw manner. Jagapathi Babu President is excels in his role,terrifically portrayed. The character graph of Chitti Babu that starts with delicate innocence and finds humour even in his disability; only changes when his heart is truly broken. Meanwhile you can still enjoy the songs from Rangasthalam movie — Yentha Other Songs Coming Soon Rangasthalam Movie Details: Movie: Rangasthalam Starring: Ram Charan Tej, Samantha Ruth Prabhu Producer: Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar and Mohan Cherukuri Music on: Lahari Music Music: Devi Sri Prasad Director: Sukumar Lyrics: Chandrabose Rangasthalam Movie Songs List Yentha Sakkagunnaave Singer: Devi Sri Prasad Lyrics: Chandrabose.
This will be his landmark movie. Rathnavelu and Devi Sri Prasad need to take a bow, not just for delivering picture-perfect visuals and soundtrack, but for also setting the mood of the film with their work. His brother Kumar Babu Aadhi Pinisetty returns from Dubai only to see that nothing in the village has changed. Rangammatta plays catalyst to bursting the Technicolor bubble that Chitti Babu resides in, forcing him to see Rangasthalam for what it is — not a vividly hued stage, but a dry and drab place reeling under oppression. The third number, which is titled, Rangamma Mangamma has been dropped today.