Rangamma Mangamma song from Rangasthalam: A perfect mix of numerous emotions

Sung my M.M.Manasi, Rangamma Mangamma has lyrics penned down by Chandrabose.

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Rangamma Mangamma song from Rangasthalam: A perfect mix of numerous emotions

Rangasthalam, starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni, is gearing to hit the screens on March 30th, 2018 worldwide and the makers are speeding up the post-production works of the film. Directed by Sukumar, Rangasthalam is a story set in the 1980s and will have a rural backdrop to it. Shot completely in towns on the banks of Godavari, Rangasthalam is currently the most waited for film in Tollywood. The music of Rangasthalam is being composed by Devi Sri Prasad samples of which we have already witnessed in the first two singles – Yentha Sakkagunnave and Ranga Ranga Rangasthalana. The two songs have already become hit tracks and fans of the Mega Power star are in love with the numbers. The makers have now released the third single titled Rangamma Mangamma which is a tantalizing number between the lead characters – Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni.

Listen to the song Rangamma Mangamma here:

Sung my M.M.Manasi, Rangamma Mangamma has lyrics penned down by Chandrabose. The song seems to be picturised at a situation where Ram Charan doesn’t express his love for the lady, Samantha, and the character is complaining about her situation to people around. A catchy tune, Rangamma Mangamma, seems be another hit number from Devi Sri Prasad who seems to know the taste of audience, specially fans of Mega Power star Ram Charan.

The makers had recently released the teaser of Rangasthalam much to the joy of the waiting fans. Ram Charan narrates his life story in the teaser and reveals that he will be playing a hearing-impaired man, Chitti Babu. Similarly, a teaser for Samantha Akkkineni too was released which reveals her character, Rama Lakshmi. Both these teasers and the songs released so far has created huge buzz around the film and Rangasthalam is now the most awaited for film in South Indian cinema.

    Anonymous

    Inspite of casting sum1 dis artificial ,why didnt they cast parvathy , aishwara rajesh…no wonder tollywood is weird

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