Rangasthalam song Yentha Sakkagunnaave: Samantha Akkineni’s rustic avatar perfectly complements Devi Sri Prasad’s earthy notes

Urmimala Banerjee
Samantha is looking so cute in the song

There is a lot of excitement around Rangasthalam. And there are so many reasons for it. We have the extremely good-looking pair of Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni pairing up. It is a deviation from Ram Charan’s usual masala entertainer and is a period film, which is a thriller. Moreover, it is directed by Sukumar, who has the reputation of being a great story-teller. Samantha Akkineni tweeted about the song, Yentha Sakkagunnaave, which is the first to be released. The music is composed by the rockstar of South Indian film music, Devi Sri Prasad with lyrics by Chandrabose. The song is a folksy number with pleasing visuals. We can see verdant fields, rivers and golden harvests. (Also Read: Rangasthalam teaser: Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s village belle avatar will set your heart on fire)

In the song, we see Chitti Babu, which is Ram Charan’s character as an ordinary villager. It seems like he is fascinated with Lakshmi, who is the village belle. Samantha looks too cute as the simple gaon ki gori whether she is frolicking in the fields or giving the buffalo a bath. The actress thanked Devi Sri Prasad on twitter for giving her such a lovely number.

Appreciation is already pouring in for Samantha. People are curious to know if she washed the buffaloes for real. Trust us, Sam looks very cute in the folksy song. The background music is also very nice. Rangasthalam will release on March 30 and it is a big film for the stars. It was launched by Telugu cinema’s megastar Chiranjeevi last year. Stay tuned to BL for more scoop and updates…