Movie Review: Naa Saami Ranga
Director: Vijay Binni
Producer: Srinivasa Chitturi
Music Director: M. M. Keeravani
Starring : Starring: Nagarjuna Akkineni, Allari Naresh, Raj Tharun, Ashika Ranganath, Mirnaa Menon, Rukshar Dhillon, and others
Release Date : 14th January 2024
Naa Saami Ranga Movie Review and Rating: Nagarjuna Akkineni, Allari Naresh, Raj Tarun, Ashika Ranganath, Mirnaa Menon, Rukshar Dhillon, and others starring Naa Saami Ranga helmed by Vijay Binni, has hit the theaters today on 14th January 2024. Let’s see the story of Naa Saami Ranga.
Story: President Peddayya (Nasser), a famous man in the Ambajipet area of East Godavari district helps Kistayya’s (Nagarjuna) family during a crisis. Kistayya loves Varalu (Ashika Ranganath). However, an unexpected incident separates them. Dasu (Shabeer Kallarakkal), the son of Peddayya, wants to harm Kistayya and his brother Anji (Allari Naresh). How will the feud between one of Peddaiya’s sons Dasu (Shabir Kallarakkal) and Kishtaiya arise? What happens to Vara (Aashika Ranganath)’s character and Anji? How is Bhaskar (Raj Tharun) connected to the story? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on a silver screen.
· Ashika Ranganath
· Pre Climax
· Festive vibes
· Placement of Songs
· Routine story
Performance: After Soggade Chinni Nayana, Nagarjuna’s screen presence is very good in this type of mass role. His charms are complemented by his mass appeal. He delivers an acceptable performance in the role of an elder brother and a loyalist to Nasser. Also, Ashika Ranganath, who plays the female lead looks decent in her role and is impressive in terms of performance. She deserves applause for her look and performance. Along with them, Allari Naresh has once again got a good role in this movie. Apart from his trademark comedy, he also impresses in emotional scenes. Also, Raj Tharun, Mirna, Rukshar Dhillon and others justify their roles. Another actor Shabir, who appears as a villain, plays his role very well.
Technical: The production values in this movie are good. It is good to maintain the total setup required for a vintage backdrop. The artwork of the technical team should be appreciated. Keeravaani’s music is superb. The background score in the climax is very good. Dasaradhi’s cinematography brings out the vintage feel. Some unnecessary scenes should be reduced in editing. When it comes to the work of director Vijay Binny, he has done an okay job for this movie. He fails to make the story interesting.
Analysis: Naa Saami Ranga is a good treat to Nag fans. Also, Allari Naresh stands as another pillar of this film. Naa Saami Ranga gives a decent treat to families at this festival.
Rating : 3/5