The trailer of the new Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni's Telugu film Rangasthalam is finally out. The movie directed by Sukumar is a rural entertainer that will see both the lead actors as rural characters. Cinematographer R. Rathnavelu has managed to beautifully capture the rustic and natural elements of a village life with the added help of Devi Sri Prasad's music. So, what is this movie all about?
As seen from the trailer, Ram Charan plays the role of Chitti Babu, an engineer in a village. But he is just not that ordinary. Chitti Babu has a hearing problem. You need to speak real loud for him to hear you and owing to his hearing trouble, the villagers call him the 'sound engineer'. But, that’s not the only thing that makes him different. This engineer's machines see no caste or creed in a village divided largely by these social evils. Chitti Babu and his water pump go around the whole village supplying water to farmers whose fields are in dire need of water.
Chitti Babu is in love with Samantha's character and there is a beautiful chemistry that we get to see in the trailer and the songs. You can see it here:
But then what is a film without an antagonist? You know, to make it a bit spicy. That’s exactly what Jagapati Babu is roped in for. He plays the menacing villain. A higher caste man (as seen in the trailer), he is feared by villagers. He is 'by default’ an important member of the village, even holding a great position – the President of the village. Chitti Babu clashes with Jagapati Babu and his men and soon leads an uprising of the lower creed men along with his brother Kumar Babu (Aadhi), and Prakash Raj who seems to play the role of a communist leader. Who wins? What is the outcome of a revolution of the villagers? Find out on the 30th of March in a theatre near you!