May 27, 2024
Naa Saami Ranga

Naa Saami Ranga Date of Release: January 14, 2024

Three out of five

Starring: Mirnaa Menon, Rukshar Dhillon, Shabeer Kallarakkal, Ravi Varma, Nassar, Rao Ramesh, Madhusudan Rao, Allari Naresh, Raj Tarun, Ashika Ranganath, and Nagarjuna Akkineni

Director: Binni Vijay

Srinivasa Chitturi, producer

Director of Music: M. M. Keeravani

Dasaradhi Sivendra, the cinematographer

Chota K. Prasad, editor

Naa Saami Ranga, Akkineni Nagarjuna’s latest film, opened on theatres today to a fair amount of hype. View our review to find out how it performs.

Story:

President Peddayya (Nasser) assists Kistayya’s (Nagarjuna) family in Ambajipeta village during a difficult time. Faithful Kistayya adores Varalu, also known as Mahalaxmi (Ashika Ranganath). But something unexpected happens that keeps them apart. The son of Peddayya, Dasu (Shabeer Kallarakkal), desires to cause harm to both Kistayya and his sibling Anji (Allari Naresh). Why is there a rivalry? Why did Kistayya and Varalu break up? What role does Bhaskar (Raj Tarun) play in the narrative? All the answers are in the movie.

 Extra Credits:

Nagarjuna’s everlasting charm, together with his dazzling appearance and wide appeal, never fails to impress. His on-screen persona and phrase delivery are well-liked by fans, as he does a respectable job portraying Nasser’s older brother and ally.

Despite knowing that she would be portraying a character who is older than she is, Ashika Ranganathan deserves praise for giving the project her blessing. The actress enthralls the viewers with her good looks and acting skills; she shines especially in the sequences where she appears with Nagarjuna.

Particularly in the second part, Allari Naresh amuses and makes an impression. The appropriate emotional tones are set by MM Keeravaani’s music, which makes a significant contribution. The supporting cast gives good performances, and the movie’s well-planned pre- and climax scenes enhance its appeal.

Negative Points:

The film’s plot is not particularly original for Telugu viewers, and director Vijay Binni’s screenplay could have been written better.

The characters portrayed by Shabeer, Raj Tarun, and Rukshar Dhillon had room for improvement. Even with Vijay Binni’s deft direction, the overall effect may have been enhanced by a quicker screenplay. Particularly in the second half, Prasanna Kumar’s presence could have added more touching and poignant sequences.

The early half of the film could have done a better job of capturing the emotional connection between Allari Naresh and Nagarjuna, which would have improved the entertainment value of sequences in the second half.

A more forceful villain characterization and a more deliberate arrangement of a few songs could have enhanced the whole experience.

Technical Aspects:

Vijay Binni makes a good directing debut, although he could have done a greater job with a more concentrated effort on a compelling story. Prasanna Kumar, the author, ought to have focused more on improving the plot.

With his amazing background score, MM Keeravaani lifts a number of sequences and skillfully creates the ideal atmosphere for action, romance, and melancholy. With respectable production values, the film’s quality is enhanced by excellent editing and cinematography. Recognizing the art department for their significant efforts is also warranted.

Verdict:

Naa Saami Ranga is an engaging rural drama overall. Ashika Ranganathan, Allari Naresh, and Nagarjuna all give respectable performances. The primary obstacles, though, are the plodding first half and the lack of any highlight sequences. The film offers entertainment for a wide range of viewers, including families, even though it might not be to everyone’s taste.

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