Rangasthalaana Song Talk: Mass Folk

By - March 02, 2018 - 06:15 PM IST

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Mega Power Star Ram Charan's Rangasthalam is slated for its release on 30th March. As the D-Day is arriving, the makers of Rangasthalam have started small-scale promotions. The first single 'Yentha Sakkagunnave' stole the hearts of the fans already.

It is time to talk of the second single, which is touted to be the title song of Rangasthalam. Music Magician Devi Sri Prasad seems to have put his heart into this. Rangasthalam being a retro, rural backdrop movie, this song is apt and appealing. Ram Charan who has a hearing disorder in this movie is seen, telling to the drummers to beat the drums in such a way that he could see the sound. "'Vinapadettu kadu, kanapadela kottandi". 

The mass beats from the song will leave you wanting to dance. The folk spice in the song will remind us of the smell of the mud in the villages and the environment there. The whole gala during the festivals in the villages is represented in this song. Lyrics by Chandra Bose are very meaningful, appeals to the title 'Rangasthalam' which means 'the stage' on which we perform. Singer Rahul Sipligunj's voice is apt for this folk song, but somewhere there is no native appeal. 

Ram Charan's dance to the beats is the best thing. His perkiness and the energy levels are visible. So far so good. Team Rangasthalam is raising the expectations for sure. Cannot wait until the movie hits the theaters. 

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