Rangamarthanda is the big-screen comeback of director Krishna Vamsi, who delivered several blockbusters throughout his career. It’s been a time since the audience got to see his mark of films on the big screen, which are dominated by the perfect Telugu flavor. With Rangamarthanda being his long-awaited comeback, there have been good expectations on the film. Let’s see how the film has turned out to be upon its release.
Rangamarthanda is about Raghava Rao and Chakrapani, who are stage actors and best friends. They share a very close bond and have traveled the world performing on the stage, having donned various characters throughout their career and received numerous accolades from everywhere. After having lived such a fulfilled life, they face life, which is a stage in itself. This is where the real drama begins, as the rest of the story focuses on how the two tackle life together.
As expected, Prakash Raj gives a memorable performance, and the scenes in which he interacts with his family and wife are very much dramatic and emotionally connected. It makes one associate themselves with the emotional conflict that Prakash Raj’s character is going through. The actor has not let the audience down with his performance and has breathed life into the character of Raghava Rao. Prakash Raj’s scenes with Brahmanandam are the highlight of the film, as some truly meaningful conversations and emotions transpire between the two.
Brahmanandam’s performance in the film as Chakrapani si the true surprise and winner of the film. This is because the actor showcases his flair and ease in dramatic roles and proves what a versatile actor he is. Audiences have been accustomed to seeing the actor in comedic roles throughout his career, and Rangamarthanda shows a side of Brahmanandam that has only very rarely been tapped. The actor shines in the dramatic and emotional scenes and is a treat to watch on the screen.
Ramya Krishna gives a very subtle yet lasting performance as Prakash Raj’s wife. Her character is the bonding gel of the family and the tumultuous journey she goes through when she sees her family breaking apart has been showcased wonderfully by her.
The rest of the supporting cast, which includes Shivatmika Rajasekhar, Adarsh, Anasuya, singer Rahul Sipligunj’s debut as an actor, and several others, have all done a good job with what they have been given.
Off Screen Talents:
Director Krishna Vamsi’s mark is visible throughout the film, even though it may be missing in a few scenes. While Rangamarthanda may be a remake of the Marathi film Nata Samrat, Krishna Vamsi has adapted it well to suit the Telugu nativity. The director has taken all the aspects and qualities that tie a Telugu family together, and all their emotions, and has come up with a script that is relatable to all. Rangamarthanda shows Krishna Vamsi’s flair as a director, taking the audiences back to the many films that the director has made. The screenplay of the movie is very predictable and linear, which can make the movie a bit boring. Despite that, Rangamarthanda is a movie that everyone needs to watch.
The music and background score by Ilayaraja are in tune with the theme of the film, and go hand in hand with the scenes on the big screen.
The cinematography and the production design of the film are good and appropriate. The editing could have been a bit better.
- Lead performances
- Emotional connect
- Routine Screenplay
Verdict: Rangamarthanda has a very good emotional value and tells the tale of a family well. It’s a story that everyone needs to watch without fail.
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