There is a popular saying, ‘the deeper the roots, the greater the fruits are’, which means one shouldn’t forget the roots where they were born and bought up. That is the place, where we came to know what life exactly is and that’s how Sukumar’s Rangasthalam has also evolved.
Ever since the trailer was released, it has been receiving critical appreciations from everyone and the audience was in awe with a spectacular performance of Ram Charan as Chitti Babu. In a recent interview, Sukumar revealed some interesting backstory of Rangasthalam. He shared that he travelled the world in search of a story, but couldn’t find any. “I’ve travelled to many places in search of a story but found nothing. Then I have realised that the real emotion, sensitivity, and innocence completely lies in our roots, which one shouldn’t forget. That’s how Rangasthalam story got to me. Narrating a script that deals with roots is always a fantastic feeling and they make you evolve more as a filmmaker as well as a human being”
He adds, “While writing the story, I got to know my true identity and a fresh feeling that rejuvenated me. This film is undoubtedly my soul-searching one and always stays close to my heart. Whether good or bad, the emotions are genuine in this story and every actor portrayed the same on silver screen too”, saying that he has relived his childhood and many will also get such nostalgic moments watching this movie.
Rangasthalam is a period drama that runs in 80’s backdrop. It has Samantha as the female lead and actors like Aadi, Jagapathi Babu, and Prakash Raj played important roles. The movie is all set to hit the screens on March 30 and we have to wait and see to witness this visual wonder.