Rangasthalam starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni, is gearing up for grand release on 30th March. The film directed by Sukumar has earned a positive buzz ahead of its release and the pre-booking in Telugu speaking states is quite encouraging, according to the trade. The film set in the 80s, also starring Adhi Pinisetty, Jagpathi Babu, Anasuya Bharadwaj and Prakash Raj in pivotal roles. Ram Charan plays a hearing-impaired engineer who has a knack of fixing machines in this film, which is bankrolled by Mythri Movie Makers and the film has the music by Devi Sri Prasad.
Umair Sandhu, the Editor of Indian Cinema Magazine UK & UAE, Member of UK Censor Board, has posted the review of Rangasthalam. He wrote on the wall of Twitter, “First Review #Rangasthalam from #UAE ! A Well Made Mass Entertainer. #RamCharan, #JagapatiBabu & @Samanthaprabhu2 Top Notch Performances, Eye Catching Cinematography, @ThisIsDSP Rocking Music & #Sukumar Terrific Direction & Story ! Go for it. 3.5*/5”
He again wrote, “EXCLUSIVE First Review #Rangasthalam from #UAE Censor Board ! Paisa Vasool Commercial Masala flick. #RamCharan, @Samanthaprabhu2 & #JagapatiBabu gave Power Packed Performances ! Engaging Story & Direction by #Sukumar & Rocking Songs by @ThisIsDSP ! Go for it. 3.5*/5*”