Nagarjuna’s eagerly awaited Sankranthi release, “Naa Saami Ranga,” is set to hit screens, following the likes of “Guntur Kaaram,” “Hanuman,” and “Saindhav.” While Hanuman has garnered unanimous positive reviews, the fate of the other two remains uncertain with below par talk and ratings.
As the Sankranthi festival kicks off, the audience’s primary choice is undeniably Hanuman. The pivotal question now is whether “Naa Saami Ranga” can capture attention with its mass appeal and festive vibe. The film, directed by Vijay Binny, features a cast including Allari Naresh, Raj Tarun, Ashika Ranganath, Mirna, and Ruksaar Dhillon.
Nagarjuna has strategically chosen the Sankranthi season for the release, confident that this festive period will contribute to the film’s success. The outcome for “Naa Saami Ranga” hangs in the balance a positive word of mouth could lead to a box office triumph, while a below-par reception might tip the advantage towards “Guntur Kaaram.”
The audience’s decision on whether to prefer “Naa Saami Ranga” or the competition will unfold tomorrow, shaping the fate of Nagarjuna’s action packed entertainer.