‘Rangasthalam’ Is Inspired From Chiru’s Drama?

If a film is getting delayed, naturally the rumours around it keep mushrooming. And that is the case with Rangasthalam as well as the film got pushed to March from Sankranthi. Right now, various stories are doing rounds regarding the story of the film.

Recently it came as a surprise when rumours started doing rounds that Allu Arjun has given a story idea to Sukumar and he turned that into Rangasthalam 1985. Another recent update is that the story of this Ram Charan and Samantha starrer was actually inspired by a Megastar Chiranjeevi movie only.

During the early days of his career, Chiranjeevi acted in a film titled “Oorikichhina Maata” that was carved by actor-director Balayya. This actor is popular for his role as the grand father of Nagarjuna in Manmadhudu movie.

Cut to the story of that 1981 starrer, actually an illiterate and poor Chiranjeevi and his educated brother Sudhakar lives in a hamlet where there are no medical facilities. Then Chiru sends his brother to a city to study medicine and come back to the village to establish a clinic. After going to the city, Sudhakar changes minds and avoids his brother. Upon confrontation with villagers, Chiru goes to town to plead his brother but hears only a no. He then starts earning a living as a rickshaw puller and kidnaps his brother’s wife to village such that brother will come back. The rest is the climax part, a positive one, as usual.

It’s heard that even Ram Charan is playing a similar role while Aadhi will be seen as his brother who goes to town to pursue medicine. We have to wait for the trailer release of the film at least to find out the authenticity of it.