Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review: Another star from the Mega family, Panja Vaishnav Tej, achieved a hit with his first movie, “Uppena.” Kondapolam, Vaishnav Tej’s second movie under Krish’s direction, was deemed a failure. Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga, a family and love comedy starring Vaishnav Tej, debuted in theatres today, September 2, 2022. To determine whether this film is worth seeing in a theatre, let’s skip the waiting and get to the detailed review.
Childhood buddies Rishi and Radha are now foes as a result of a little incident. They make the decision to be quiet until one of them breaks the silence over a little matter from their youth. Despite the closeness of their families and their best efforts to mediate the issue between these young people, Rishi and Radha’s egos continue to grow. The rest of the story explains how Rishi and Radha cared for one another despite their animosity and ego and how their love developed.
Cast & Crew
Panja Vaishnav Tej and Ketika Sharma play the key parts in the Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga movie, with Naveen Chandra, Subbaraju, Ali, Prabhu, Naresh, Satya, Rajkumar Kasireddy, and Harshini playing supporting roles. Gireeshaaya is the film’s director, and BVSN Prasad is the producer. Devi Sri Prasad composed the film’s music, and Shamdat Sainudeen was in charge of the photography.
|Movie Name||Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga|
|Music Director||Devi Sri Prasad|
|Genre||Family, Drama, Romance|
|Cast||Panja Vaishnav Tej, Ketika Sharma, Naveen Chandra, Subbaraju, Ali, Prabhu, Naresh, Satya, Rajkumar Kasireddy, Harshini|
The plot of the film Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is obvious from the opening scene. These kinds of tales are common in Telugu films, where the main protagonists are constantly at odds with one another since infancy, fall in love as a result of unanticipated circumstances that alter their perception of one another, and finally experience conflict with their families. The plot of Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is predictable and gives nothing fresh to watch. But this film had everything the family audience might relate to, including music, disputes, family dynamics, love, and friendship. Neither the first nor the second part of the movie have any brand-new sequences that would interest a casual moviegoer.
In terms of acting, Panja Vaishnav Tej, who made a modest impression in his debut film, fell short with his performance in this film. He must put in more effort to hone his acting abilities because he uses the same expression for various emotions. Ketika Sharma too has a doll-like appearance, however she gives a mediocre performance. In the role that was given to him, Naveen Chandra performed ok. Senior performers Naresh and Prabhu performed a good job in their roles. Rajkumar Kasireddy and Satya chuckle a little bit. Harshini and the other actors performed the scenes as needed for the plot.
Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga appears to be average technically. Music sensation Devi Sri Prasad’s songs are forgettable, and starting with his most recent films, he began using the background music from the songs he wrote for the picture rather than contributing anything fresh to suit the scene’s needs. Shamdat Sainudeen’s cinematography is alright, and some of the shots appear vivid, but a few of them may be unpleasant due to the overly saturated hues. The director was allowed adequate latitude by BVSN Prasad, and the film’s production values are good.
Director Gireeshaaya, who achieved success with the Tamil version of “Arjun Reddy,” failed to provide Telugu audiences with fresh material. Although Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga contains all the ingredients necessary to draw in a family audience, the tale and narration feel underwhelming.
Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is an ordinary family and love comedy that is watchable just once for a few funny and tear-jerking moments.
Few emotional and comedy scenes