Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review and Rating

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review and Rating

Vaishnav Tej came up with a family drama ‘Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga’ after the blockbuster ‘Uppena‘ and ‘Kondapolam’. The film generated decent buzz among the audience. Let’s look at the Film review of Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga movie (RRV).

Cast: Vaishnav Tej and Ketika Sharma.
Director: Gireeshaaya 

Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review and Rating
Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga Movie Review and Rating


Radha (Ketika Sharma) and Rishi (Vaishnav Tej) are from well-knit families. They fall in love, but when they consider telling their parents, their connection is strained by yet another love story in their own family. The couple now has to deal with the divided families as well as Vamsi, the important figure who leads the girl’s side (Naveen Chandra). The rest of the tale explains how they do that.


With this movie, Vaishnav Tej gets a makeover and gets to portray the lover boy, and he excels in the part. He is polished in a loved part and well handles the comic factor.

Ketika Sharma reduces her glamour factor, lands a respectable role, and performs effectively. Her rapport with Tej is wonderful. Naveen Chandra had a significant part and performed admirably. He gives the movie a lot of dimensions.

The opening half of the movie includes some passable humor, and the pretty good music by DSP was another draw. All of the supporting actors are well-known performers who have excelled in their roles. Satya, a comedian, makes a sharp cameo.


The film’s predictable plot is one of its main flaws. All of the love and family drama-related sequences will immediately make you think of a particular movie. The movie, to put it mildly, draws a lot of inspiration from movies like Ninne Pelladutha, Nuvvu Leka Nenu Lenu, Nuvve Kavali, and Rama Rama Krishna Krishna.

The conflict featured in the movie is so old that it has no emotional depth at all. There are a few occasions where the emotions between two families are so exaggerated that you wince. It seems ridiculous when the main characters reconcile after being away for ten years.

The second half is a tremendous letdown since everything goes so well for the lead pair that it happens as they want it to. The issue is resolved by the conclusion and in one standout scene, which is so ridiculous.

Technical Details:

The film’s production values are decent, and DSP’s music was its saving grace. Both the screenplay and the conversation were overused. The family set up looked nice, and the production design was excellent.

When it comes to the film’s direction, Gireeshaya did a pretty poor job. His narrative, script, and story let down the audience and were tedious. He has only used clips from various successful Telugu movies to craft a weak narrative.

The narration contains nothing at all novel. In many movies, the same stories are told differently, but in this case, everything falls apart since the picture was made using a formulaic structure.


Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga is a generally unremarkable romantic family drama with a rote plot and uninteresting narration. It offers a few restrained laughs and is a true Kichidi of former blockbuster Telugu movies. The patience of the audience is worn thin by the time the conflict is revealed. Ranga Ranga Vaibhavanga fails due to its lack of a compelling narrative, and boring screenplay, The only noteworthy aspect of this movie is a few good songs.

Moviezupp Rating: 2.5/5


Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.