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Naa Saami Ranga Movie Review: Nagarjuna's triumphant comeback is a wholesome family entertainer

Modified On: 16 January 2024 | Reviewed By:

Naa Saami Ranga Storyline: The year is 1988. Kishtaiyah (Nagarjuna) and Anji (Naresh) share a deep bond akin to brothers and are loyal to a fault to the village head Peddayya (Nassar), who helped them out as children.

Naa Saami Ranga

Director: Vijay Binni | Music Director: MM Keeravani

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When they’re tasked with protecting Bhaskar (Raj) from goons because he has fallen in love with Kumari (Ruksha1r) from the neighbouring village, little do they know that their lives will turn upside down.

Review: Naa Saami Ranga is an evocative adaptation of the Malayalam hit "Porinju Mariam Jose." Directed by Vijay Binni and starring Nagarjuna Akkineni, the film is standing out in the commercial cinema sphere, particularly captivating the actor's fan base. Released on Bhogi, the film's synchronization with the narrative's timeline adds authenticity to the storytelling.

Vijay Binni is appaluded for beautifully adapting the original to suit Telugu sensibilities and Nagarjuna's appeal. The film is praised for its harmonious blend of drama and action, sustaining viewer engagement throughout its duration. The portrayal of village life is highlighted as both authentic and enchanting, accompanied by a compelling love story.

The lead actors, Nagarjuna as Kishtayya and Ashika Ranganath as Varalakshmi, are lauded for delivering powerfully engaging performances, anchoring the film's emotional core and enriching its cinematic quality. Nagarjuna's performance brings back glimpses of vintage Nagarjuna, reminiscent of his portrayal in "Shiva."

The love story between Kishtayya and Varalakshmi is beautifully portrayed, with both Nagarjuna and Ashika Ranganath impressing in their roles. The emotional bonds between characters, especially between Kishtayya, Anji (played by Allari Naresh), and Bhaskar, contribute substantial weight to the storyline. Allari Naresh, playing Anji, definitely helps in elevating the film, and the supporting cast, including Mirnaa Menon, Rukshar Dhillon, Shabeer Kallarakkal, Ravi Varma, Nassar, Rao Ramesh, and Madhusudan Rao, are praised for their excellence in supporting roles.

The film is a triumphant comeback for Nagarjuna in the commercial cinema landscape, successfully amalgamating mass appeal, a compelling narrative, and emotional depth. In Totto, Naa Saami Ranga is a wholesome family entertainer that resonates well with its audience during the festive Sankranti season.

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