Naa Saami Ranga Movie Review - A Standard Mass Entertainer

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Movie: Naa Saami Ranga
Rating: 3/5
Cast: Nagarjuna, Ashika Ranganath, Allari Naresh, Raj Tharun, Mirnaa, Rukshar Dhillon, Shabeer Kallarakkal, and others
Director:  Vijay Binni
Produced By: Srinivasaa Chitturi
Release Date: 14th January 2024


Kishtaiah (Nagarjuna) and Anji ('Allari' Naresh) are orphans. They live together as brothers. Kishtayya respects Peddayya (Nasser), the president of Ambajipeta village, as he helped them in childhood. Kishtaiah and Varalu (Ashika Ranganath) fall in love, but they face problems because of Dasu (Shabeer Kallarakkal), The third son of Peddayya. He plots to Kill both Anji and Kishtayya and get married to Varaalu at any cost. Did Dasu succeed in his plans? Will Kishtayya and Varaalu be able to get united? Answers to these questions can only be known after watching the film.


Nagarjuna looked good and performed decently. His screen presence in fights was good. Allari Naresh was highly impressive as Anji and he is definitely one of the plus points of the film.  Shabeer Kallarakkal was good in the antagonist character. Ashika Ranganath was impressive while Rao Ramesh, Raj Tarun, Ruksar Dhillon and others were okay.

What Worked for Naa Saami Ranga

The trailers and posters hinted at a regular mass entertainer, and the director Vijay Binny was successful in making an engaging film for most of the parts. The bond between Anji and Kishtayya was well established, along with a few beautiful moments in the love track of Kishtayya and Varaalu.

The elevation scenes of Kishtayya, such as the introduction, pre interval and climax worked well. A key emotional sequence in the second half was good. MM Keeravani's songs were good on screen and the background score was superb.

What did not work for Naa Saami Ranga

The narration of the film is slow, and the village backdrop and the politics do not offer any freshness or intensity. So, the predictability factor had a bit of an impact in a few places. The character of Raj Tarun and his love track with Ruksar Dhillon could have been established strongly

Naa Saami Ranga Review and Verdict

Overall, Naa Saami Ranga is a Standard Mass Entertainer that has enough engaging elements. Though it has a few minus points, like slow narration and a few predictable parts, the film manages to impress.

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