Almost all the Telugu heroes have been trying their hands in films with a faction backdrop after the success of ‘Seema’ films of Balakrishna and NTR. This time it is Srikanth, who has given his nod to this kind of subject. Now, the actor's prestigious 100th film Mahatma failed to click at the Box Office and he was hoping that this movie would give him a break.
Unfortunately, poor directorial ability of Sudhakar Naidu (GV) has shattered Srikanth's dreams. When someone is getting ready to direct a film he should keep many things in his mind and should master and correlate all the 24 crafts of the film. The director has lost his grip in all the departments except action scenes. Read on for Ranga The Donga review.
Story: Ranga (Srikanth) is a thief who stays in a colony called Stuart Nagar. He was brought up by his grandmother (Sakuntala) He used to steal money from the houses of corrupt police officers, as they ca not even lodge a complaint about the theft in their house. His modus operandi is to spray sedative (chloroform) and steal the money and valuables. He also steals the stars on their uniform to prove that the person doesn’t deserve the stars on his shoulder. Ranga is a fan of Jayaprakash Reddy and he loves faction-oriented films and always dreams of moving like a faction leader