Whenever a script is getting ready based on a community of people then they say that their feelings are getting hurt. But anyone can make movies on politics because political movies has good screenplay more than the regular commercial films. Most of the happenings are manipulations and no one can say what happens till the end of the film.
Such scenes are also going to entertain the audience in Rangasthalam movie as well. In the film Aadhi Pinisetty nominates in the Sarpanch elections of their village and Ram Charan also gets involved in the campaigns of their party as a support to Aadi. In real life Charan also supports his uncle Pawan Kalyan's Janasena party. Rangastalam is a periodic drama set in the backdrop of 1985 and director Sukumar has created the film based on the elections at that time.
Interestingly, there is also a song related to politics in the film. The song that goes like 'Aa Gattununnava Naganna' has already impressed the audience and the director is confident that Charan's steps will be the highlight. There is a talk that the political drama in the second half will be very interesting. The movie is all set to hit the theatres on March 30th. Let's see how far this periodic drama will entertain the audience.