Rangasthalam is definitely Tollywood's hatke album of the year, with not one commercial track. The music composer has come up with a pretty non commercial playlist for this upcoming Telugu film, directed by Sukumar and starring Samantha Akkineni and Ram Charan. And it surely is the folk album of the year. Every song on this album is tailor-made for the movie set in a village and captures rural essence at its best. The album is also an instant reminder of many Telugu shows like Rasamayi Daruvu. Starting with the most addictive song of the album, 'Yentha Sakkagunnave 's catchy chorus will endure in on our minds for a long time. DSP's rendition of ' Yentha Sakkagunave' , written in praise of Lakshmi played by Samantha, is not only catchy but gives us the true essence of the rural atmosphere in which Ram Charan and Samantha establish a chemistry.
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Rangasthalam transl. Produced by Y. Naveen, Y. Ravi Shankar and C. Rangasthalam is set in the eponymous fictional village in the s. It narrates the story of two brothers, Chittibabu Charan and Kumar Babu Pinisetty who oppose the village's local government and the corrupt co-operative society led by its president Phanindra Bhupathi Babu. Sukumar started working on the film's script after completing Nannaku Prematho , and collaborated with R. Rathnavelu , who served as the director of photography. Devi Sri Prasad composed the film's soundtrack and score; Naveen Nooli edited the film.
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