Ranarangam Review


Directed by: Sudheer Varma
Produced by: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Written by: Sudheer Varma
Screenplay by: Sudheer Varma
Starring: Sharwanand, Kajal Aggarwal, Kalyani Priyadarshan
Music by: Prashant Pillai
Cinematography: Divakar Mani
Edited by: Navin Nooli
Production Company: Shitara Entertainments
Distributed by: Harrika and Hassine Creations
Release date: 15 August 2019

www.moviemanthra.com Rating: 3.5/5

Deva (Sharwanand) is a Black Ticket seller. But he suddenly becomes a gangster. What situations pushed him to become a gangster? How did it affect his life? What happened in the end? Is the story of the movie.

Sharwanand’s astonishing presentation as a hoodlum turned into the real quality of this film. He drives the motion picture from the front with his drawing in execution. Particularly during the 80s timeframe, Sharwanand has conveyed his best execution and his Salt and Pepper look additionally worked truly well. Both Kajal Agarwal and Kalyani Priyadarshan attempted to overwhelm each other regarding execution. Both kept up excellent science with Sharwanand and furthermore conveyed hypnotizing exhibitions in the film. Kalyani’s appearance and Kajal’s allure included more quality for the film. Murali Sharma and Subbaraju supported their jobs. Ajay conveyed a genuine presentation in the motion picture. Aadarsh Balakrishna acted normally. The remainder of the entertainers additionally made their quality felt.

Technical Aspects:
Sudheer Varma has arranged a fascinating plotline with activity background and bound it with stimulation. The executive has exhibited the distinction between the present time and 80s timespan in a not too bad way. We can say that the chief has prevailing with regards to drawing in the group of spectators all through the film with his fascinating portrayal. Generation esteems by Surya Devara Naga Vamsi under Sithara Entertainments flag are luxurious. Music by Prashant Pillai is remarkable. Two or three tunes have effectively dazzled the group of spectators and he has scored some alleviating and charming music for this motion picture. Cinematographer Diwakar Mani has delivered some brilliant and enthralling visuals for the film. Altering by Naveen Nooli is spotless and perfect.

Plus Points:
Camera Work

The whole film manages two distinctive timespans. At the point when a piece of the story keeps running with 80s setting, the remainder of the film keeps running with the present age. At the point when contrasted with the present age, the story during the 80s setting is displayed in a splendid manner. The whole first half will catch the eye with the intriguing screenplay and the story turns out to be significantly all the more fascinating in the subsequent half. The interim turn is likewise great. Rather than including pointless scenes, the chief has prevailing with regards to making the story as fresh as could be allowed. The exchanges will leave an effect on the group of spectators. Exhibitions, music, and portrayal will be the major in addition to purposes of this film though the anticipated story in the subsequent half turns into the short purpose of the film. Generally speaking, ‘Ranarangam’ is a good movie.

Punch Line: Ranarangam Is Intense and Massy!