Rangoli movie review


Sathyamoorthi is a talented students who often gets into trouble at the government school he is studying in.

Following this, his father shifts him to a renowned institution. However, Sathyamoorthi becomes the target of bullies in the school.

Amidst all this, he falls in love with Parvathy, who is vey supportive of him.

But their love is tested, as they have to face the obstacles from their parents to the diverse backgrounds.


Directed by Vaali Mohan Dass, the movie promises to be a wholesome entertainer that will appeal to the audiencs of all ages.

Rangoli is a family-oriented film that weaves a tale of love, challenges and personal growth.

Hamaresh is impressive as Sathyamoorthi and has delivered a convincing performance.

He has portrayed the joureny of the character with conviction.

Prathana Sandeep as Parvathy adds authenticity to her role.

The on screen chemistry between the duo is one of the major strengths of the movie.

Aadukalam Murugadoss as Sathyamoorthi’s father is impressive.

Saishri Prabhakaran, Akshaya Hariharan and Amit Bhargav have all done their part well.

Music by K S Sundaramurthy gels well with the theme of the movie.

Marudha Nayagam’s camerawork has captured the proceedings in an interesting manner.

Rating: 3.3/5