There is a popular saying: "The deeper the roots are, the bigger the fruit," which means that we must not forget the roots where they were born and bought. It is here that we have come to know life and that is how Rangasthalam of Sukumar has also evolved.Since the trailer aired, it has received critical appreciations from everyone and the audience was impressed by a spectacular performance by Ram Charan as Chitti Babu. In a recent interview, Sukumar revealed an interesting backstory of Rangasthalam. He shared that he traveled the world in search of a story, but did not find one. "I traveled to many places in search of a story, but I did not find anything, so I realized that true emotion, sensitivity and innocence lie completely in our roots, that the we should not forget Narration of a script that deals with roots is always a fantastic feeling and they make you evolve more like a filmmaker than as a human being "
He adds: "By writing the story, I was able to know my true identity and a feeling of freshness that rejuvenated me: this film is undoubtedly my introspection and always remains close to my heart, it is good or bad, the emotions are authentic in this story and every actor has represented the same thing on silver screen too, "saying he has relived his childhood and many will also have nostalgic moments watching this movie.Rangasthalam is a period drama that takes place in the backdrop of the 80s. It has Samantha as the female leader and actors like Aadi, Jagapathi Babu, and Prakash Raj have played important roles. The film should be released on March 30 and we must wait to see this visual wonder.