We have seen countless stories set against a rural village. But Chitti Babu is no ordinary character because he is a ‘sound engineer’ who is deaf. Rangasthalam is not just a romantic drama but it also has an action-packed story that involved a fight against the President of the village.
With Rangasthalam, Ram Charan has proved that he is ready to wait for a good script. His last release was Dhruva in 2016 and now after a gap of 2 years, he is coming with Rangasthalam.
Whenever a big star movie is about to release, fans usually start expecting record openings. The comparisons with previous record openers take place. But in the case of Rangasthalam, it is not happening. There is a curiosity on the movie, but it is more regarding the hero, performances and its storyline, not regarding the records. It is a good trend. The curiosity is not such that one has to watch the film ‘first-day-first-show’ that results in record openings. It seems that the makers are also aware of the expectations and they are not bombarding the screens with Rangasthalam.
Ram Charan and Sukumar have great following in the US and their films have registered good figures in the US earlier. Ram Charan’s previous offering Dhruva managed to join 1 Million USD club but the situation today in the US is totally different due to discontinuation of Movie Pass. Recently released Nikhil Siddharth’s Kirrak Party have lost big in the US over the discontinuation of the Movie Pass.
Billed as a revenge drama, Rangasthalam is directed by Sukumar and produced by Mythri Movie Makers. The film also has Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj, and Gautami in pivotal roles. Pooja Hegde will be seen shaking legs in item song.