Please don’t go to see this film expecting to see me for three hours. The dialogue was made popular by director David Fincher’s Fight Club, which is based on Chuck Palahniuk’s novel of the same name. Indianexpress.com’s Manoj Kumar R wrote in his review, “Sudheer Varma opens his new film Ranarangam (Battle Field) with a quote: Everything is a copy of a copy of a copy. I like his working style. Sudheer, however, uses the quote to justify his open inclination to borrow ideas from past movies. While Kalyani Priyadarshan is Sharwanand’s love interest in the 80s portion of the film, Kajal Aggarwal plays the present-day lover. That said, it doesn’t make Sudheer a postmodernist like Quentin Tarantino. I didn’t have too much of interaction with him because I was not there on the sets for too long.”
Ranarangam, meanwhile, has opened to mixed reviews. He is just a wannabe Tarantino sans strong-will to push boundaries of genres.”
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Speaking on working with Sharawanand, Kajal said, “Sharwanand is a very sweet and silent guy. Gangster drama Ranarangam follows the rise and rise of bootlegger Deva (Sharwanand). Advertising
Madras High Court has time and again ordered action against the notorious website. Talking about her part, Kajal Aggrawal told indianexpress.com, “I play a doctor in the movie and my character comes in the second half.