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Review : Naa Saami Ranga – Watchable rural mass entertainer

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Naa Saami Ranga

Set in a 1980s village, the story of Naa Saami Ranga revolves around village politics and is centred on Kishtayya (Nagarjuna Akkineni) and his close-knit family and friends, Manga (Mirnaa Menon), Varalakshmi (Ashika Ranganath), and Anji (Allari Naresh). The village chief, Peddayya (Nassar), and his toxic sons are crucial in fracturing bonds between people and altering social structures. Can Kishtayya win this battle of survival and loyalty?

Details of Naa Saami Ranga

Starring: Nagarjuna Akkineni, Allari Naresh, Raj Tarun, Ashika Ranganath, Mirnaa Menon, Rukshar Dhillon, Shabeer Kallarakkal, Ravi Varma, Nassar, Rao Ramesh, Madhusudan Rao

Director: Vijay Binni

Producer: Srinivasa Chitturi

Music Director: M. M. Keeravani

Cinematographer: Dasaradhi Sivendra

Editor: Chota K. Prasad

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Technical Aspects:

In his directorial debut, Vijay Binni handles the film effectively, but a more focused effort on a gripping screenplay could have yielded better results. Writer Prasanna Kumar could have concentrated more on the story’s betterment.

MM Keeravaani elevates numerous scenes with his impressive background score, effectively capturing the right mood for love, action, and sadness. Nice editing and cinematography contribute to the film’s quality, with appreciable production values. The art department also deserves recognition for its valuable contributions.


Naa Saami Ranga is an engaging rural drama overall. Nagarjuna, Allari Naresh, and Ashika Ranganathan provide decent performances. The primary obstacles, though, are the plodding first half and the lack of any highlight sequences. The film offers entertainment for a wide range of viewers, including families, even though it might not be to everyone’s taste.

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