Rangula Raatnam Movie Review

Movie: Rangula Raatnam

Director : Sree Ranjani

Producer : Nagarjuna

Production Company: Annapurna Studios

Star Cast : Raj Tarun, Nagarjuna, Chitra Shukla

Release Date: 14th January 2018

Rate:3/5

Rangula Raatnam Movie Review :

Raj Tarun, Chitra Shukla and Pulikonda Priyadarshi starrer romantic and comedy entertainer Rangula Raatnam, directed by Sree Ranjai and produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna has finally  hit theaters today. Let’s see the storyline:

 

Story: Vishnu (Raj Tarun), who is very close of his mother (Sitara), is  an easygoing boy who runs a greeting card company ‘Emotions’. Vishnu falls in the love of a girl Keerthi (Chitra Shukla), an employee of event management company.  But soon the things turn sour between Vishnu and Keerthi.  Vishnu breaks up with her after seeing her possessiveness and the rest of the story is about the love and conflict between them.

Plus Points:

  • Raj Tarun
  • Pre-climax and Climax
  • Comedy

Minus Points:

  • Repetitiveness
  • Slow paced narration
  • Few boring scenes

Performance: Raj Tarun and Chitra Shukla have delivered their fantastic performances and their chemistry is one of the major assets of the film.  Chitra  did really well as an actress and is extremely confident. Pulikonda Priyadarshi has a meaty role and has done justice to it. Sitara has done justice with her role. The lady who acted as Priyadarshi’s wife performs well with her natural Telangana diction and impresses the audiences.

 

Technical: The Storyline of the film is simple but impressive. Screenplay of the film is decent. Emotions in the movie are handled well. Music by Sricharan Pakala is good. The background score compliments it well. Enno Enno’ Song is good melody, rest of the songs are not upto the mark. The editing is smooth. The dialogues are adequate. The production value of the film are good. Cinematography and art work are ordinary.

 

Analysis:   Overall Rangula Raatnam is a comedy entertainer movie, which revolves around motherly love in first half, showcases the issues arise with possessiveness and overprotecting nature of gf in second half.