‘Rangoli’ Tamil Movie Review: Explores the Challenges of Schooling and Struggles

How Rangoli Portrays the Reality of Tamil Students in a School DramaHow Rangoli Portrays the Reality of Tamil Students in a School Drama
Rangoli: A School Drama That Reflects the Tamil Culture and Education System

“Rangoli,” a Tamil film that explores the themes of romance, family, and nostalgia, is scheduled to be released in theaters on September 1, 2023. The film is written and directed by Vaali Mohan Das, who also choreographed the action sequences.

“Rangoli” features Aadukalam Murugadoss as the father of the protagonist, Hamaresh, who is played by newcomer Prarthana Sandeep. The movie has a star-studded cast of Saishri Prabhakaran, Akshaya Hariharan, Amit Bhargav, and others in supporting roles.

The music is composed by Sundaramurthy K.S., who has delivered some melodious and catchy songs. The cinematography is handled by Marudha Nayagam, who has captured the essence of school life and rural settings. The movie is edited by Sathyanarayanan, who has ensured a smooth and engaging narrative. Babu Reddy and S. Satish Kumar produced the film under the banner of Gopuram Studios.

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‘Rangoli’ plot

The story of Rangoli revolves around Sathyamoorthi, a smart and rebellious student who gets into trouble at his government school. His father decides to send him to a prestigious school, where he faces discrimination and bullying from his classmates. However, he also meets Parvathy, a beautiful and kind-hearted girl who belongs to a wealthy family. They fall in love with each other, but their families are opposed to their relationship due to their social differences.

Sathyamoorthi has to face a dilemma between following his heart or his duty. His parents have suffered a lot because of his actions, and he has to decide whether to elope with Parvathy or to respect his family’s wishes. The film shows how Sathyamoorthi deals with this conflict and what consequences he faces.

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“Rangoli” promises to be a wholesome entertainer that will appeal to audiences of all ages and also aims to evoke the nostalgia of the school days and the innocence of first love.