Rangasthalam is a straight forward drama without many twists as the screenplay is predictable. The narrative is slow yet riveting, and one should not expect a typical package of entertainment.
Arguably, Rangasthalam, marks the career best performance of Ram Charan. Carrying the role of a hearing impaired character isn't a cakewalk and Charan has nailed it.
Rangasthalam, is a technically enriched movie. Every single technician associated with the movie deserves equal applause and special mention at an individual level.
A well-chiselled movie which is sure to be watched in theatres.
On the whole, Rangasthalam is a gripping village drama which has some electrifying moments throughout. The village set up, human emotions, romance, and Ram Charan’s fantastic act as Chitti Babu win you over. Go for it as earthy films like these hardly come out in Telugu.
Rangasthalam is all about storytelling, characters and emotions. On a whole, it is definitely worth a watch for its engaging drama and heartfelt emotions and above all for Ram Charan's spectacular performance. Go for it.
Brother sentiment is the story's biggest strength. Ram Charan delivers a dekko as a pure-hearted villager to whom his brother and girlfriend mean the world. Exhilarating making values help matters. On the flip side, cliched scenes are not few and far between.
First half of the film is good. Second half gets a little slow. And climax is satisfactory. Sukumar who has done brainy and class films so far has attended a mass subject for the first time. On a whole, Ragasthalam is a film that should be watched to adore Chittibabu character.