Megastar Chiranjeevi who was chief guest at his son Ram Charan’s film ‘Rangasthalam’s pre-release function made it eventful making his desire to lead a retired life in Vizag, which was dearer to him and brought him fame throughout his film career. The event was held at the landmark venue RK Beach on Sunday, March 18.
As the count down to the release of Rangasthalam has begun, the producers of the film Naveen Yerneni, Y Ravi Shankar and CV Mohan have announced a massive release of the film on March 30, starring Ram Charan and Samantha as the leads and is a directorial venture of Sukumar.
The audio of the film, the music of which is composed by Devi Sri Prasad, is already out in the market. Producer Naveen said, “Earlier, three songs from the film were released and the positivity began at that juncture.”
Director Sukumar said the songs of Rangasthalam are catching up among the audience. “So far, Ranga Rangasthalana, Entha Sakkagunnave and Rangamma Mangamma were released and appreciated. I request you to listen to the rest in the jukebox. Jigel Rani is an item song, and Aa Gattukuntava Ee Gattukuntava is a wonderful song. The film will have a surprise song you’ll witness while watching the film. It has been sung by Chandrabose.”
The film ‘Rangasthalam’ is about a real story in the 1980s backdrop and will be revolving around a village. Devi Sri Prasad and Chandrabose came together to create some wonderful music for the film with their music and lyrics, he said.
On the controversy that surrounded about the word ‘Gollabhama’ in Rangamma Mangamma song was only contextual and there was no intention to hurt the sentiments of anyone, he said amid protests from the Yadav community in both Telugu-speaking states as Gollabhama refers to women of Yadav community related to Lord Krishna.
Lyricist Chandrabose said:“Good lyrics got the company of good music. I thank the producers and director for this opportunity. Since almost everyone on the team has a background in a village, they connected well with the songs. I am happy with the appreciation for the music.”
Cast: Ram Charan, Samantha, Aadi Pinisetty, Prakash Raj, Jagapathi Babu, Senior Naresh, Pujita Ponnada and others.
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Editing: Naveen Nuli
Producers: Naveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Shankar, CV Mohan