Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
Rangasthalam (2018)Directed by B SukumarI watched "Rangasthalam" in Bhimavaram a couple of days back, after hearing a lot about it. The movie is set in 1980s in the titular fictional village. We are introduced to multiple characters, each well developed and very well acted including Ram Charan as Chitti Babu, who is hard of hearing. His brother returns to the village only to find that the President (Jagapathi Babu) and Society literally rule over the villagers, and decides to run for President, which might put his life in danger.Story wise, the movie is a rather straightforward village drama. But, what sets this movie apart is the way it is put together and the effort that has gone into world building. At almost three hours long the movie does take its time to set up characters and situations. But it is all done to create a believable environment. The movie looks gorgeous, the cinematography and production design are terrific. There is tremendous attention to detail, there are some frames with so many elements and characters in them. The acting is uniformly excellent and Ram Charan is outstanding.I would need to re-watch "1 Nenokkadine" to be sure, but I enjoyed that and the more recent "Nannaku Prematho" more than this. Still, this is a very well made film, highly recommended. I drew Ram Charan as Chitti Babu from the movie. Like the previous artwork, this was drawn with 0.5mm 2B pencil on Brustro sketchbook and scanned. The actual art is the size of a ₹2 coin. #334 / 10-Apr-18#rangasthalam #ramcharan #DailyMovieSketch #thepennychallenge
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