'Rangasthalam' trailer out: Ram Charan gets into the skin of the character

Megastar Chiranjeevi unveiled the much-awaited trailer of the film at a grand pre-release event.
'Rangasthalam' trailer out: Ram Charan gets into the skin of the character
'Rangasthalam' trailer out: Ram Charan gets into the skin of the character
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Director Sukumar has been revealing the teasers of his upcoming film Rangasthalam over the past few months to gain the attention of the film buffs. While there is no doubt that these teasers have gone viral and promoted the film, the trailer launch recently seems to be the crown of it all.

On the auspicious occasion of Ugadi the team organised a grand pre-release event held on Sunday at the landmark venue RK Beach, Visakhapatnam, which had megastar Chiranjeevi as the Chief Guest. At the event, the megastar unveiled the much-awaited trailer of the film.

The megastar spoke high about the film and performance of Ram Charan in the film.  Chiranjeevi said, "Many movies have come in this concept but it is completely different try. Director Sukumar has put his full hardwork. Rangasthalam will be for Charan what Khaidi No.150 was for me. I am proud of Charan as a father and also jealous of him being an actor, since Charan has got an opportunity to portray a character like Chitti Babu. After watching the movie, I became a spellbound and my wife Surekha hugged." 

From the trailer, it is evident that the film’s hero, Ram Charan had gone into the skin of the character, Chitti Babu, and has lived the role. Set in the 1980s, the trailer also proves that the director has succeeded in perfectly recreating that era.

Starring Ram Charan and Samantha as the lead pair, fans will get to see them as Chitti Babu and Rama Lakshmi on screen. With the story, screenplay and dialogues penned by director Sukumar, the film is bankrolled by Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar and Mohan Cherukuri under the banner Mythrie Movie Makers on a budget of Rs 50 crores.

The star cast of this period revenge drama also includes Anasuya Bharadwaj, Aadhi Pinisetty, Prakash Raj, Jagapati Babu, Amit Sharma, Gauthami and Rajesh Diwakar. Devi Sri Prasad is the music composer for this movie with R Rathnavelu cranking the camera and Navin Nooli editing it. Rangasthalam is due to hit the silver screens on March 30 worldwide.

With Rangasthalam scheduled for release, Ram Charan is gearing up to get on to the sets of the Boyapati Srinivas directorial which is yet to be titled. The shooting of this film is expected to begin next month. After this project is wrapped up, Ram Charan would be moving over to the SS Rajamouli directorial.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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