Rangasthalam trailer review: Ram Charan and Samantha in another routine Telugu action drama

Rangasthalam trailer review: Ram Charan and Samantha in another routine Telugu action drama

Rangasthalam’s teaser just dropped in which stars Ram Charan Teja and Samantha Akkineni in lead roles. Ram Charan is playing some sort of an engineer in a rural area but he has hearing porblems. By the look of this film it seems like  million other Telugu films in which the hero plays the leader of a community and comes out wearing Lungi with a weapon in his hand. That one weapon will literally destroy hundreds of people and that is how the film ends with hero getting the girl on his terms and conditions.

Rangasthalam is the name of fictional village where the film is set. Ramcharan says in the teaser that because he cab’t listen, he sees sound and that’s why people of the village call him a sound engineer. Ram Charan has not had the best of luck in the films unlike his father and other than Magadheera he has not done a memorable film. Credit of Magadheera goes completely to blockbuster director SS Rajamouli. Ram had to come back to the root Telugu cinema storytelling to play safe and make sure that his film earns at least one decent and definite sum of money.

Ram Charan is not realizing that his uncle’s film Agnyaathvaas is now one of the biggest flops in the history of Telugu cinema despite of Pawan Kalyan’s star power and this is the sign of evolving audience. An entertainment film will always work on the box office but provided that it is good and star power can not be the only reason of which Ram Charan already has a shortage of. Rangasthalam offers nothing new about the story which is told a million times already and neither is the look of this film feels real hence chances of this one going down the drain is one hundred percent. Film will release on 30 March.

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Shubham Dwivedi

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1 Comment

  • Try to write a genuine review by keeping the audience perspective in mind, just don’t write the rubbish that gets into your mind. The trailer is truly amazing and is really worth-watching more than once.

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