Rangasthalam whirlwind has stuck worldwide box-office. The film minted 19 crores all over. Ram Charan starrer has crossed $1.5 million and inching towards 2 million mark. Sukumar directed periodic village drama has resemblance to real political scenario in the state, opine Film Nagar folks. Rangasthalam is more of brothers story.
Aadhi voices against president played by Jagapathi Babu who continues his tyranny for 30 years and nominates for elections. He gets support of senior politician played by Prakash Raj. Once we recollect series of events, Mega Star Chiranjeevi established Prajarajyam Party and fought against congress government in 2009 elections.
Pawan Kalyan campaigned for his mega brother. Chiru was alleged for making money through selling his party tickets. It was suspected to be a ploy by then YSR government. Apparently, this effected party’s performance in election and it ended up winning 18 seats. It was almost end of Chiru’s political journey as he force merged Praja Rajyam into congress.
Pawan Kalyan vowed to take revenge on his brother’s betrayers. Power star established Jana Sena Party and supported TDP initially to hinder YS Jagan’s CM aspirations in 2014. Now, Jana Sena has withdrawn support to TDP. Apparently, he has learnt who his real enemy in politics is just like Charan finds real culprit of his brother’s backstabbers. Well, it’s just an analogy.