Actor Ram Charan’s latest release, Rangasthalam, is making waves at the box office in India and overseas after the film clocked Rs.100 crore gross earnings in just 3 days of release. It’s been a week that Rangasthalam hit the big screens and the film is still going strong at the box office with the collections standing at approximately Rs.106 crores which is gross. For any film, the weekend after the release is a strong day and the following Monday & Tuesday slowly would see a dip in the numbers at the box office but in the case of Rangasthalam, that has been otherwise. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday too were equally strong days as the first weekend for this Ram Charan starrer making it one of the biggest blockbusters in Ram Charan’s career. It is also being reported that Rangasthalam may soon go past, going by the strength of the film at the box office, Allu Arjun’s Duvvada Jagannadham which had a whopping collection of Rs. 124 crores in gross. Rangasthalam has already become the biggest hit in Ram Charan’s career surpassing the previous one – Magadheera. It will be interesting to see how the second week would be for Rangasthalam.
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 is the first time that Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni have paired up in their careers. Directed by Sukumar, Rangasthalam is 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.