Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshi, Ranarangam Review
Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshi, Ranarangam Review

Name Of The Movie: Ranarangam
Rating: 2.5/5
Star Cast: Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshan
Director: Sudheer Varma
Music Director: Prashant Pillai
Producer: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Production Company: Shitara Entertainments
Releasing on 15th August, 2019

Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshi as the lead rolls, Sudheer Varma’s directorial venture, the movie is released today as Independence Day gift. Sharwanand first appearance as a gangster in the movie, the film’s songs and trailers are impressive and the expectations are high. And let’s take a closer look at how the film has met those expectations…

Story:

Deva (Sharwanand) is a simple boy who lives with his friends and sells black tickets. With such a middle class Deva has gone into the Illegal business and raised expectations such a ban in 1995, with the potential of a black-market bargain. How did a common boy rise to the level of gangster that threatens everyone? What problems did Deva face in order to grow? How did Deva get out of the enemy waiting for her to die? Is the rest of the story.

Analysis:

Ranarangam Movie is an elastic gangster story of two different eras. As a teenager in the 90s, Sharwa’s acting as a gangster is impressive. Sharwanand is impressed with the action scenes as well as the emotional scenes. Sharwanand earlier appearance as a gang star has given the audience a new feeling.

It is worth noting that Kajal Aggarwal is well suited for her role as Doctor. Kajal’s role in the first half was not much scope. Her performance in the second half was impressive. Her performance in the emotional scenes, especially in the climactic scenes, is excellent. Another heroine, Kalyani Priyadarshani, was well-suited to the role of a 90’s era. Her innocence and cutie-ness in every scene is impressive.

Director Sudheer Verma seems to have struggled to make his point. It took him a long time to get into the original story. In the second half, he was frustrated with his routine. The first half seemed pointless, and in the second half he tested his patience. Songs in the movie can be a bit of a relief. Prashant Pillai’s music is impressive. As well as the Divakar Money camera, the performance scenes were rich on screen. Editing is not impressive.

Plus Points:

The hero and the heroine’s acting
Music
Gangstar presented way
Cinematography

Minus Points:

Story
Screenplay
No flow in story
Slow narration

Verdict:

The Rangeranga Movie Routine is an elastic gang star story. The director, who elevated the role of Sharwa, was not very keen on the rest of the story and narrative. Slow elastic routine drama does not interest the viewer. Some of the music in the film and the comedy scenes give some relief. Overall, the field is not that impressive.