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The film really belongs to director Sukumar who manages to take up an age-old formula and make it work with his vision.
Village politics, casteism, exploitation, oppression, rebellion and revenge form the crux of Rangasthalam. Run-of-the-mill stuff, you'd say. But what sets this film apart is its narration.
Ram Charan has essayed the role of Chitti Babu with conviction. It is the best performance that he has delivered in his entire career.
The film is not just set in the 80s; it also picks a story template from that era and narrates in a refreshingly raw manner. Sukumar must be credited for fleshing out the characters well enough that they don't seem like caricatures of a bygone era.
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