Rangasthalam, one of the most waited for film in South Indian cinema this year, hit the screens yesterday, March 30th, 2018 worldwide and the response to the film has only been positive and nothing else. Directed by Sukumar, Rangasthalam is a story set in the 80s and has Ram Charan playing the role of a hearing-impaired man in it. Since the first shows were screened, there has only been positive response from all over for Rangasthalam and fans of Ram Charan are an elated group for the way the film has shaped up. And right on the first day of release, Rangasthalam achieves something which usually happens after at least 3 days from release.
Rangasthalam clocks $1 Million at the US box office and becomes the first fastest film in Ram Charan’s career to cross this milestone. The Indian market collections are yet to be reported by the distributors however, it is being said that the number would be around approximately Rs.16 crores all over India. With these numbers, Rangasthalam is the highest grosser for Ram Charan in his career. Going by the numbers, industry experts opine that Rangasthalam will turn out to be the second blockbuster in Ram Charan’s career after Magadheera.
Ram Charan, playing Chitti Babu in Rangasthalam, has impressed everyone with his performance and critics and audience are terming this rural rustic drama to be a one-man show. Rangasthalam will be the first time that Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni will be pairing up in their careers. Directed by Sukumar, Rangasthalam is said to be the story of a village with the same name on the banks of river Godavari and the lives of the people living in that village. Aadhi Pinisetty is seen playing a pivotal role in Rangasthalam while Jagapati Babu and Prakash Raj playing important supporting roles. Music of Rangasthalam, composed by Devi Sri Prasad, is its backbone and amplifies the impacting visuals and dialogues.