Ranarangam Movie Review And Rating | Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshan

Ranarangam Review

Sharwanand’s latest crime drama ‘Ranarangam’ has finally hit the film screens. Much to the excitement of the fans and film lovers, the movie is released one day before the usual Friday release on Independence day. So the festival has arrived earlier.

Written and directed by Sudheer Varma, Ranarangam is the story of a man who lives in a coastal area of Andhra and it is also a story of a businessman. The film has two sides to it, one is the protagonist in his 30’s and the other in his 40’s.

Name Of The MovieRanarangam
Star CastSharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshan
Movie GenreAction, Crime
DirectorSudheer Varma
Music DirectorPrashant Pillai
DOPDivakar Mani
ProducerSuryadevara Naga Vamsi
Production CompanyShitara Entertainments
Movie Runtime2 hrs 18 mins
Censor CategoryU/A
Releasing on15th August, 2019

Director Sudheer Varma has earlier directed films like Swamy Ra Ra, Dohchay and Keshava has come up with an interesting crime drama. The film stars Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal and Kalyani Priyadarshan in lead roles.

Along with these lead actors, Brahmaji, Subbaraju, Raja, Ajay, Aadarsh Balakrishna are also seen playing important roles in the film. A lot of fresh faces can also be seen in the film which is great considering that Ranarangam is quite a bit platform for them to debut.

The film is produced by Suryadevara Naga Vamsi under the banner Shitara Entertainments and it is distributed Harrika and Hassine Creations. The music of the film is directed by Prashant Pillai while Divakar Mani is the cinematographer.

The film’s trailer was released on August 4th and it has over 3.5 million views with over 74k likes on YouTube. Along with this, social media is all hyped to check out this movie. The hype is all set, will it live up to the hype is the question.

Ranarangam Movie Review

To boost your excitement right way, let me say that the film starts with a voice-over by Jr.NTR. Yes, that’s right. The majestic voice of Tarak sets the tone of the film. The film is as rustic and edgy as it can get.

Just a few minutes into the film, the film gets into its mood. The story of the film revolves around one man. Deva, played by Sharwanand is seen in two different time-lapses, two different looks, and stories.

Considering the complexity of the story, the screenplay is brilliant. The screenplay is crip and it keeps you intrigued to plot right through the film. We have to appreciate the director for keeping the movie crisp and short which suits it the best.

Cinematographer Divakar Mani has given some best shots that you can see in a Telugu cinema. The camera work is fantastic. It is one of the main assets of the film. Overall, it is a treat from Deva and Sudheer Varma. Do watch this.

Rating: 3.25/5

In case you didn’t check out the Trailer of the movie, you can watch it here:

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