Naa Saami Ranga: “Sankranthi”: A Rural Saga of Love, Rivalry, and Festive Emotions

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The plot of the film “Sankranthi” revolves around the characters Ambaji Pet, Kistayya (portrayed by Nagarjuna Akkineni), Anji (played by Allari Naresh), and others, set against the backdrop of a village. The storyline introduces characters such as Peddayya (Nazar), Java (Ravu Ramesh), and Vaddi Vyaparam (played by Ravu Ramesh), who is entangled in various conflicts.

Varalakshmi (played by Aashika Ranganath), Kistayya’s daughter, falls in love with Varalakshmi (Aashika Ranganath), the daughter of Peddayya. However, Kistayya disapproves of this romantic involvement. Meanwhile, a dispute erupts between two villages during the Sankranti festival.

The central theme revolves around understanding why Anji holds a deep affection for Kistayya. The film sheds light on Kistayya’s resentment and jealousy towards Peddayya’s sons, Bharat Reddy and Shabbir. The Sankranti festival becomes the backdrop for exploring the intricate complications and emotional turmoil between the two villages.

The provided synopsis lacks detailed answers regarding Kistayya’s fondness for Anji and the resolution of conflicts. “Sankranthi” appears to be a family drama infused with elements of love, rivalry, and festive celebrations, portraying traditional values and emotions in a rural setting.

In terms of technical aspects, the film praises Nagarjuna’s performance, Allari Naresh’s acting, and Aashika Ranganath’s portrayal. The narrative structure, music, cinematography by Shyam K. Naidu, and editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao are commended for their contributions to the movie’s entertainment value. The review concludes by acknowledging certain shortcomings but emphasizes that “Sankranthi” effectively resonates with the audience.

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