Film: Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga
Cast : Vaishnav Tej, Ketika Sharma
Music : Devi Sri Prasad
Producer : BVSN Prasad
Production Company: Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra LLP
Cinematography: Sam Dutt
Editing : Kotagiri Venkateshwar Rao
Release Date : September 2, 2022
iQlik Movies Rating: 2.5/5
After Uppena and Kondapolam, Panjaa Vaishnav Tej came up with his new film Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga. Directed by Gireeshaaya, this family entertainer has hit the screens today. Here is the review of it.
Rishi (Vaishnav Tej) and Radha (Ketika Sharma) are the children of best friends Chanti and Ramudu. Though their families share a great bond, Rishi and Radha don't get along with each other since childhood. They have ego clashes all the time. How their cat and mouse relationship ended up in love and how they unite in the climax form the main crux of the story.
Vaishnav Tej is alright in his role. This is not a performance-oriented character and there is nothing much for him to explore his acting skills. Considering the screen presence, he looks decent but has a lot of aspects to work on.
Heroine Ketika Sharma looks beautiful and charming. However, her performance is not exceptional. There are many supporting actors in the film like Naresh, Prabhu, Naveen Chandra, Tulasi and Pragathi. But Naveen stands out among all of them. Even in his half-baked character, he performed very well.
Gireeshaaya made his directorial debut with the Tamil remake of Arjun Reddy. He made his Telugu debut with this movie. He tried to play a safe game by choosing an age-old romantic story filled with family elements. But such routine stories need fresh scenes, great comedy and good chemistry between the leads. He failed to justify these aspects to the full extent, in this film.
The music by Devi Sri Prasad is decent. A couple of songs and the background score impress the viewers. Shamdat Sainudeen's cinematography is good. He made the movie looks colourful throughout. The editing is good but the story itself doesn't complement well with it. The production values are great.
We have seen many films with a similar plot-line for more than two decades now. Right from the beginning, you know where the film is heading. The first half is engaging with good family and comedy scenes. The songs were placed well too. The chemistry between the leads work. Things start getting boring in the second half. The comedy scenes don't work and the sentiment scenes look plastic. On the whole, Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga will be a routine fare for the general audience and it may appeal to the family audience as a one-time watch.
Huge star cast
A couple of songs and background score
Stereotypical Story and Screenplay
Routine comedy scenes
One-Line Verdict: partially enjoyable flick
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