Telugu Movie Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Review, Cast, and Story

Instead of creating a unique narrative, director Gireesaaya takes scenes from classic blockbusters like "Manasantha Nuvve," "Love Story," and other films well-known to Telugu viewers as a template to elicit the same feelings.

In the Telugu cinema business, "family entertainment" is one of the categories that, at least in part, ensure success. Director Gireesaaya, who is also responsible for the plot and script, bet on this and produced Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga. The key parts in the movie are played by actors Vaisshnav Tej and Ketika Sharma.

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga

The movie's plot was made clear in the trailer itself. Although they are in love, Rishi (Vaisshnav Tej) and Radha (Ketika Sharma) avoid communicating with one another. They live close by and both had the same birth time and birthdate. Best buddies exist between their fathers. Too romanticized to be true? They were intended to be together.

But there wouldn't be a narrative if everything went as well as this, right? Thus, a clash is unavoidable. When Rishi and Radha were in school ten years ago, they got into a quarrel and ended up hitting each other. They then made a pact to never speak again. The rest of the tale focuses on when and how the inseparable pair reunites.

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Review

While every director hopes for their movie to be a hit, Gireesaaya didn't appear to want to take any chances, so instead of coming up with a new plot, he uses scenes from previous blockbusters like Manasantha Nuvve, Love Story, and several others that Telugu audiences are familiar with to elicit the same feelings. This movie was made without any consideration, and the screenplay is at best subpar. a case in point Balu accidentally hits Rishi on the head as he is dreaming and in a deep slumber. Rishi stands up and runs after his brother in a rage.

This pursuit never stops, but all of a sudden Rishi is wearing shoes. The scenario keeps on. Why? Because the director has written that Radha attempts to knot his shoelaces together as a joke in the scene that follows. I'm not sure if the performers or any other members of the team questioned the reasoning at all when this sequence was being filmed.

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is a mash-up of previous Telugu movies that doesn't provide the spectator with anything fresh. The movie is similar to a TV soap; even if you missed one episode for a month, you could still follow along. And how funny that they make a joke about a popular soap opera to get people to chuckle.

The film boasts a large cast, as is typical of "family entertainers," however they just play supporting parts and don't have any distinct personalities. We don't have any information on them. They are only present to further the story. There are a few individuals whose primary goal is to bring Rishi and Radha together, much like the clich├ęd "friends gang." Phew.

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Story

My patience was put under strain by the terrible script and storyline. More than that, fury was my strongest feeling. Does Gireesaaya really con the audience? Sincerely, Vaisshnav Tej's performance irritates me. In most scenes, he has trouble feeling comfortable. By dancing to Chiranjeevi songs, he makes frequent allusions to his membership in the "Mega family," which is off-putting. The sanctimonious conversations are also ineffective. Ketika Sharma makes an effort to blend in, but her role is horribly miscast. The two leads have little chemistry with one another. Their performance is as shallow in the environment Gireesaaya has built. Devi Sri Prasad, the music director, makes an effort to keep the boring movie interesting.

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