Rangasthalam starring Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni was perhaps one of the most anticipated movie of the year. Fans had been waiting for the rustic entertainer with bated breath. Helmed by Sukumar, the film is expected to take the Box Office by storm. The film garnered a lot of eyeballs from the very beginning—whether it was Ram Charan and Samantha’s rustic looks or the folksy music composed by the very talented Devi Sri Prasad.

Rangasthalam First Movie Review Out: Ram Charan, Samantha Akkineni's Performance Will Leave Everyone Smitten And Impressed

Rangasthalam First Movie Review Out: Ram Charan, Samantha Akkineni's Performance Will Leave Everyone Smitten And Impressed

We were highly impressed with everything related to the film, whether it was the characters’ names or the way Ram Charan’s partially deaf on screen character, Chitti Babu, called himself the ‘sound engineer’ of the village. The film is set in the 1980s and beautifully chronicles the journey of Chitti Babu, his love interest, Rama Lakshmi and the other interesting characters of the fictional village, Rangasthalam. The film released today and fans have already started bombarding Twitter with their reviews. Let’s check some of them out :

From the reviews pouring in from the fans, one thing is certain — Ram Charan has excelled in his performance as Chitti babu – the sound engineer. When the film was initially announced, fans expected a performance-oriented role on the card. Some were not sure if Charan’s decision to play a village lad, that too someone who is partially deaf, would turn out to be successful. However, with his hardwork he proved the skeptics wrong. What do you have to say? Have you watched the film yet? Stay tuned to this space for more details on the film and feel free to share your viewpoints in the comments’ section below.