Real Star Upendra's undoubted screen presence, in your face humuor, combined with Sadhu Kokila's directorial expertise makes Super Ranga a super watch for all Uppi fans. A remake of a Telugu hit 'Kick', the plot remains similar to the original.
Sri Ranga (Upendra) is a kick seeking person who will go any extent to get a kick out of situations, sometimes risking his own and others' lives. Sri Ranga never stays in one job because he doesn't believe in living a life without the adrenaline rush. He meets Naina (Kriti Kharbandha) who hates him to start off with but slowly begins to fall in love with his thrill-seeking personality. Until one day she finds out that he cheated her. On confronting him, Naina breaks up and leaves India and agrees to meet and marry a man chosen by her father.
Then starts the cat and mouse game between Ranganath (Raghu Mukherjee) and Sri Ranga, Ranganath is a police officer in search of a robber whose face he doesn't know. How he catches the robber? Who is the robber? Why did he rob? How did he rob? The answers to all these questions form the 2nd half of the movie.
Upendra's acting and comedy timing is apt, he has essayed his role justly. Kriti too has portrayed the glamorous heroine very well, her costumes are noteworthy. Raghu Mukherjee is a feast for the eyes and has acted well. Supporting cast which consist of Rangayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, Avinash, Dodanna and others complete the plot. The comedy at times feel unnecessary and the story drags a bit, just to bring in the emotions. The dialogues hit the bullseye and convey the point well.
The locations of Slovenia and Malaysia are beautiful, Arjun Janya has scored some foot tapping music and the songs have been shot well too.