Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review: Panja Vaishnav Tej, a member of the Mega family, got off to a fantastic start in the film “Uppena.” The reviews for Vaishnav Tej and Krish’s second film together, Kondapolam, were not positive. Today, September 2, 2022, saw the premiere of Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga, a romantic comedy starring Vaishnav Tej. I’ll tell you whether or not I believe you should go watch this movie in a theatre right now, so you don’t have to sit around and wonder if it’s any good.

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review



Something happened to turn once-close friends Rishi and Radha against each other. They’ve vowed to keep quiet about their childhood disagreement until one of them breaks the silence. Rishi and Radha’s families are close, but their egos are expanding as they try to reconcile their children. In spite of their initial animosity and egotism, Rishi and Radha eventually fell in love with one another.

Cast & Crew

The film Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga stars Panja Vaishnav Tej and Ketika Sharma. The film also features Naveen Chandra, Subbaraju, Ali, Prabhu, Naresh, Satya, Rajkumar Kasireddy, and Harshini. Gireeshaaya helmed the film, and BVSN Prasad oversaw production. Shamdat Sainudeen was in charge of the camera work, and the film’s score was composed by Devi Sri Prasad.

Movie Name Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga
Director Gireeshaaya
Music Director Devi Sri Prasad
Producer BVSN Prasad
Genre Family, Drama, Romance
Cast Panja Vaishnav Tej, Ketika Sharma,  Naveen Chandra, Subbaraju, Ali, Prabhu, Naresh, Satya, Rajkumar Kasireddy, Harshini
Cinematography Shamdat Sainudeen

Movie Verdict

The narrative proper begins right immediately in Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga. These kinds of plots can be found frequently in Telugu films. From an early age on, the protagonists have been at odds with one another, but a surprising turn of events causes them to rethink their minds and even become at odds with one another’s families. Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga has a plot that is neither original nor engaging. However, this film offers everything a family-friendly audience might want: music, arguments, complicated family connections, love, and friendship. There is nothing fresh or interesting to witness in either the first or second act that would make a first-time viewer want to stick around.

And if Panja Vaishnav Tej’s lacklustre performance in his debut film wasn’t bad enough, he completely flopped in this one. Because he continually delivers the same line, he clearly needs to brush up on his acting talents. Despite Ketika Sharma’s doll-like appearance, she lacks any real stage presence. Naveen Chandra did a respectable job with the resources he was given. Longtime actors Naresh and Prabhu delivered excellent performances. For a brief moment, Satya and Rajkumar Kasireddy share a chuckle. Harshini and the rest of the cast played their parts to the letter.

In terms of visual quality, Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is below par. In spite of his widespread popularity, Devi Sri Prasad is only known for his mediocre songwriting. Recent films of his have featured instrumental versions of the songs he composed just for them rather than original scores for each scene. The camerawork in this film is excellent thanks to Shamdat Sainudeen. While the energy in some of the photos is palpable, the intensity of the colours in others could make viewers feel uneasy. BVSN Prasad’s openness to the director’s vision was crucial to the film’s success.

The success of the Tamil adaptation of “Arjun Reddy” left filmmaker Gireeshaaya scrambling for fresh material to offer Telugu audiences. The ingredients are there for Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga to be a hit with families, but the story and delivery are dull.

You won’t get much out of the ordinary family and love comedy Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga.

Plus Points:

Production Values

Few emotional and comedy scenes

Minus Points:

Lead actors



Rating: 3/5

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