Chal Mohan Ranga review and Rating:
Mohan Ranga (Nithiin) is a heedless youth needing to join the rodent race and become famous in the US. He shrewdly figures out how to get to the States and after at long last achieving his goal, he needs to make sense of an approach to remain there. He does it helpfully with the assistance of a companion he makes there, Vilas (Madhu Nandan), and a support he discovers, Ramesh (Rao Ramesh). There he meets Megha Subramanyam (Megha Akash), a youth colleague he doesn’t perceive who moves to the US to seek after her investigations.
It’s not some time before Mohan and Megha begin to look all starry eyed at. Be that as it may, seeing as how they’re as varied as chalk and cheddar, would they say they are the correct counterpart for each other?
‘Chal Mohan Ranga’ is Nithiin’s 25th film and perceiving how he picked a drama kind for it; it’s a secret concerning why Megha Akash was picked as his co-star, as she just can’t act out. The film has a completely unsurprising storyline penned by Trivikram Srinivas that has been done and tidied under various circumstances.
In any case, where the film could’ve to separate itself is the way it dealt with the worn out subject. The reasons why Mohan and Megha’s relationship (on the off chance that you can call it that since they never at any point try to try it out in any case) continues hitting knocks is so senseless, it nearly influences you to confront palm. What works for the movie is the situational comic drama that evokes giggles like clockwork, credit to coordinated Krishna Chaitanya for that.
Other than that, nothing truly appears to work for the film – be it the science between the lead characters or the music by SS Thaman, which intriguingly by one means or another sounds preferred off-screen over on it. It is just ‘Miami’ that figures out how to look mostly great and somewhat fiery on-screen with alternate melodies failing on their countenances with odd movement and picturization. ‘Pedda Pulli’ excessively should be specified for the endeavor; as should be obvious Nithiin and the group really attempted to influence the tune to work.
The entire figure of speech of how NRIs as far as anyone knows lead their lives is getting old and this film likewise utilizes them to a specific degree. What’s interested is the reason Megha, who is seen dressed just in western wear while in the US, begins dressing like a Punjabi girl once she comes back to India, to her home in Ooty. Nothing about her character ever appears to be reliable including the motivation behind why she as far as anyone knows wouldn’t like to be with Mohan.
Mohan, then again, is by all accounts the special case who once in a while recognizes what he needs – be it materialistic increases or Megha, later on. In any case, every one of the characters, including the lead combine, are so lethargically fleshed out and paper thin, one scarcely appears to think about where they all end up or regardless of whether the lead match winds up together (which they do).
‘Chal Mohan Ranga’ is a capricious and time-pass ride, which begins with a guarantee and has a couple of highs – if just it had a superior story and character advancement. Go watch the film on the off chance that you’ve nothing to do and with zero desires, you won’t leave disillusioned.