Swathi Chinukulu Daily Serial – E1848 – 17th Aug

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Serial Plot:
Mythili a Joyous young lady has been migrated to Europe for job. Her vibrant experiences with her boss Panigrahi and his way made her fell in love with him. Neelaveni a village girl born and broughtup among sentimental relationships struggling with her love feel. These two ladies experiences and lives made Swathi chinukulu a fantastic daily soap.

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Today’s Episode:

E1848-Part1 : Part2 : Part3– 17th Aug

Previous Episode:

E1847-Part1 : Part2 : Part3– 16th Aug
E1846-Part1 : Part2 : Part3– 15th Aug
E1845-Part1 : Part2 : Part3– 14th Aug
E1844-Part1 : Part2 : Part3– 13th Aug
E1843-Part1 : Part2: Part3-10th Aug
E1842-Part1 : Part2: Part3-9th Aug
E1841-Part1 : Part2: Part3-8th Aug
E1840-Part1 : Part2: Part3-7th Aug
E1839-Part1 : Part2: Part3-6th Aug
E1838-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 3rd Aug
E1837-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 2nd Aug
E1836-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 1st Aug
E1835-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 31st July
E1834-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 30th July
E1833-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 29th July
E1832-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 27th July
E1831-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 26th July
E1830-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 25th July
E1829-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 24th July
E1828-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 23rd July
E1827-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 22nd July
E1826-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 20h July
E1825-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 19th July
E1825 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 18th July

Previous Epndisodes:

E1824 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 17th July
E1823 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 16th July
E1822 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 15th July
E1821 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 13th July
E1820 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 12th July
E1819 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 11th July
E1818 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 10th July
E1817 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 9th July
E1816 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 8th July
E1815 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 6th July
E1814 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 5th July
E1813 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 4th July
E1812 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 3rd July
E1811 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 2nd July
E1810 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 1st July
E1809 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 29th Jun
E1808 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 28th Jun
E1807 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 27th Jun
E1806 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 26th Jun
E1805 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 25th Jun
E1804 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 24th Jun
E1803 –Part1 :
Part2: Part3– 22nd Jun
E1802 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 21st Jun
E1801 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 20th Jun
E1800 –Part1 : Part2: Part3– 19th Jun
E1799-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 18th Jun
E1798-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 17th Jun
E1797-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 15th Jun
E1796-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 14th Jun
E1795-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 13th Jun
E1794-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 12th Jun
E1793-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 11th Jun
E1792-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 10th Jun
E1791-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 8th Jun
E1790-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 7th Jun
E1789-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 6th Jun
E1788-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 5th Jun
E1787-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 4th Jun
E1786-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 3rd Jun
E1785-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 1st Jun
E1784-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 31st May
E1783-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 30th May
E1782-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 29th May
E1781-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 28th May
E1780-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 27th May
E1779-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 25th May
E1778-Part1 : Part2: Part3– 24th May
E1777-Part1 : Part2: Part3-23rd May
E1776-Part1 : Part2: Part3-22nd May
E1775-Part1 : Part2: Part3-21st May

E1774-Part1 : Part2: Part3-20th May
E1773-Part1 : Part2: Part3-18th May
E1772-Part1 : Part2: Part3-17th May
E1771-Part1 : Part2: Part3-16th May
E1770-Part1 : Part2: Part3-15th May
E1769-Part1 : Part2: Part3-14th May
E1768-Part1 : Part2: Part3-13th May
E1767-Part1 : Part2: Part3-11th May
E1766-Part1 : Part2: Part3-10th May
E1765-Part1 : Part2: Part3-9th May
E1764-Part1 : Part2: Part3-8th May
E1763-Part1 : Part2: Part3-7th May
E1762-Part1 : Part2: Part3-6th May
E1761-Part1 : Part2: Part3-4th May
E1760-Part1 : Part2: Part3-3rd May
E1759-Part1 : Part2: Part3-2nd May
E1758-Part1 : Part2-1st May
E1757-Part1 : Part2-30th April
E1756-Part1 : Part297th April
E1755- Part1 : Part2– 27th April
E1754- Part1 : Part2– 26th April
E1753- Part1 : Part2– 25th April
E1751- Part1 : Part2– 24th April
E1750- Part1 : Part2– 23rd April
E1749- Part1 : Part2– 22nd April
E1748- Part1 : Part2– 20th April
E1747- Part1 : Part2– 19th April
E1746- Part1 : Part2– 18th April
E1745- Part1 : Part2– 17th April
E1744- Part1 : Part2– 16th April
E1743- Part1 : Part2– 15th April
E1742- Part1 : Part2– 13th April
E1741- Part1 : Part2– 12th April
E1740- Part1 : Part2– 11th April
E1739- Part1 : Part2– 10th April
E1738- Part1 : Part2– 9th April
E1737- Part1 : Part2– 8th April
E1736- Part1 : Part2– 6th April
E1735- Part1 : Part2– 5th April
E1734- Part1 : Part2– 4th April
E1733- Part1 : Part2– 3rd April
E1732- Part1 : Part2– 2nd April
E1731- Part1 : Part2– 1st April
E1730- Part1 : Part2– 30th Mar
E1729- Part1 : Part2– 29th Mar
E1728- Part1 : Part2– 28th Mar
E1727- Part1 : Part2– 27th Mar
E1726- Part1 : Part2– 26th Mar
E1725- Part1 : Part2– 25th Mar

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Ranarangam Review: Style over Substance

August 15, 2019

Sharwanand has been playing soft roles and he has tried to come out from his comfort zone. So, when he teamed up director Sudheer Varma who is known for stylish thrillers, it created good interest. Furthermore, the trailers are slick and added the hype around this film.

Lets find out whether this has lived up to the expectations?

In the present day, Deva (Sharwanand) runs a mafia empire in India from Spain and leads an affluent lifestyle. He is living with a kid.

The story then cuts to 1995 when NTR romped back to power and imposed total prohibition of alcohol in the state.

How Deva becomes a mafia don using this prohibition is the main point. He brings alcohol from Orissa and sells them in Vizag and becomes a threat to the bootlegging business of local MLA.

The story intercuts to the past and present and past haunts him in the present as well.

Artistes’ Performances:
Sharwanand has shown two shades of Deva, the middle-aged gangster, and the young guy. He is okay as middle-aged man but he actually is in elements in the flashback episodes. Sharwanand is the main saving grace of the movie.

As a 90’s girl, Kalyani Priyadarshan is impressive and her romantic scenes with Sharwanand are cute.

Kajal’s character is silly. Hers is a poorly written role. Murali Sharma as a goon MLA and Raja shine in their minor roles.

Technical Excellence:
Director Sudheer Varma’s films always bank heavily on technical values. He doesn’t disappoint here. In fact, the visuals and background score are the main highlight of this movie. Divakar Mani’s cinematography stands out. His lighting pattern is terrific.

The back-and-forth narration has lacked smooth editing. Background score is another plus point. But dialogues lack appeal.

Technical department

Back and forth narration
Lack of emotion
Clichéd script

Director Sudheer Varma never hides the fact that he copies stories and scenes from the great movies. In many interviews during the promotions of the movie, he has made it clear that he copied the screenplay of “The Godfather Part II” and many sequences he took from several other Hollywood and Indian gangster dramas.

As he said, the film’s story is quite clichéd from the word go. He has chosen the prohibition period of 1995 when NT Rama Rao came back to power to tell the basic story but he has not used this backdrop well to the fullest.

It begins like any other gangster drama where a hero lives in a foreign country and is filled with several scenes of how powerful he is.

After establishing Sharwanand as a don operating from Spain, the story cuts to the flashback of his early days and comes back to the present-day conflict, then again cuts to the 1990s and comes back to the present day. This back and forth narration goes on like a loop till the end for every few minutes.

There are some interesting episodes that slowly draw us into that mood but again abruptly the scene is cut to another period. This abrupt cutting of timelines has spoiled it. No episode is fully invigorating.

The good part of the movie are some sequences in the 1990s like romantic track between Sharwanand and Kalyani, the innovative way of smuggling liquor bottles.

Director Sudheer Varma should have continued this thread more. The present-day sequences are predictable.

We get to see Kajal Aggarwal becoming close to Sharwanand for no apparent reason. Her presence in these sequences is more like the presence of a junior artiste in a big scene than anything else.

Like always, Sudheer Varma has focused on the technical part. His filming of interval bang – a shootout in a lift shows how good he is at capturing such sequences.

The slick visuals, the production values, and the camerawork dominate throughout. Many individual scenes stand out for its brilliant filming but the next scenes suppress the mood.

Also, there are too many killings and shootouts.

All in all, “Ranarangam” is an unsatisfactory gangster drama that focuses more on visuals than the story. Technically superior film with rich production values but it is the content that is totally disappointing.

Bottom-line: Same Old Stuff!