Vaishnav Tej who created a massive impact with his debut film Uppena is coming to entertain movie lovers wiith Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga. The film features Kethika Sharma and is directed by Gireesaiah. The film's promos increased romantic vibes and let us findout the impact of Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga on the viewers.
Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is a movie all about Rishi and Radha and their romantic journey. Rishi ( Vaishav Tej) and Radha(Kethika Sharma) since their birth grow as neighbours. However following a small tiff and a misunderstanding in their school days, they vow not to speak with eachother till others budge. Finally when their misunderstandings are about to get cleared, they get a bigger shock. Where this leads their relationship to and how their parents, Chanti (Prabhu), Ramudu (Naresh), Radha's brother, youth leader Arjun Prasad ( Naveen Chandra) are connected, from the crux of Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga.
The story is all about youngsters in love and the relations with their families. Gireesaiah of Tamil Arjun Reddy fame made his debut in Telugu with this film. While the film's title sent feelgood and positive vibes, Gireesaiah's story turned out to be extremely routine and predictable. Right from the first scene till the end, nothing excites or connects chords with the viewers. What disappoints all is even the emotions looks goes missing and everything wears a artificial look.
The director tries to tickle the ribs with the so called comedy scenes but they look stale. Only God knows why the director came up with such routine story with no real twists and turns and how Vaishav Tej okayed it.
Vaishnav Tej tried his best to carry the film on his shoulders. However, he failed to come up with the basic expressions. He needs to work hard on his expressions and emotions to make an impact on the big screen. For the present he tried to cover those drawbacks by referring to his uncle Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi and also delivering their and Rajinikanth's dialogues and dancing to their songs.
Kethika Sharma looked cute and beautiful. She looked gorgeous and glamorous on screen and songs. Her liplocks with Vaishav Tej drives all crazy. Their chemistry is good on screen.
Naveen Chandra performed well and made his presence felt. He slipped into the role effortlessly. Naresh and Prabhu played the roles of parents which are typical in a routine manner just passing through the motions. Naga Babu made his presence felt. Pragati, Tulasi, Thotapalli Madhu played important roles.
Devi Sri Prasad came with melodious tunes for the songs. All the songs turned out to be chartbusters even before the release and the songs are beautifully shoot. They came as a relief to the testing narration. His background music just turned out to be average.
Shamdat Sainuddin with his Cinematography turned the film into a colourful one. Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao's editing left a lot to be desired but he couldn't be faulted as the story turned out to be the weakest. Production values are good.
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Altogether, Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga movie failed to come up with interesting twists and turns and even the conflict point failed to excite. By the time the conflict point arrives, viewers patience gets drained. With no real story, listless screenplay and pointless direction, Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga tumbles down. Gireesaiah's turned Vaishnav Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga, a mix of all past hit feel good romantic entertainers. This robbed the film of the freshness and novel experience. Two youngsters falling in love, misunderstandings creeping, family differences and finally happy ending are beaten to death stories. Let's wait for Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga OTT Release Date to save some bucks. Considering all these points, Cinejosh goes with a 2 rating for Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga.