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Ram Leela (2013) | Hindi [DVD]

Ram Leela (2013) | Hindi [DVD]

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Actor(s) Supriya Pathak, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh
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Ram Leela is an entertaining and life affirming movie. It is a critically and commercially successful movie, which won a number of awards including Filmfare Awards. The film is also packed with action and keeps the viewers tantalized with its twists and turns. It also teaches many valuable life lessons such as love, friendship and sense of duty. Immerse yourself in a bewildering experience with this film.

Robust Story lineRam Leela boasts of a strongline and tight direction. The plot is set in Ranjaar, a Gujarati village. The village is a hub for arm manufacturing and trade. It is also a witness of century old rivalry of Rajadi and Sanera clans. However, amid this rivalry, blossoms the love story between Ram of the Rajadi clan and Leela of the Sanera family. They elope to get away from their families and face many obstacles. This action packed film goes through many twists and turns, and keeps the viewers guessing about what is going to happen next. The film chronicles the relationship between the families as well as between the lead character of Ram and Leela. The film ends on a grim note with a positive touch as the families forget their bitter rivalry and join hands.

Critically AcclaimedRam Leela turned out to be not only a commercial success but also a critical success. It won rave reviews from top critics. The film also proved to be one of the highest grossing films of its time. The movie delivers a positive message among all the killings and fightings. It also shows the power of love and harmony. The film is directed by the well-known director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who has directed a number of blockbuster films. The story was written by Siddharth and Garima. The film features tight editing, which makes it fast paced and interesting. The soundtrack of the film also highlighted its strength. The music was composed by Hemu Gadhvi, while background score was composed by Monty Sharma. The film music enhanced the overall mood and intensified it. Bring a touch of drama, romance and action with this film's CD. To get this product, you can place the order online.

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Theatrical Release Date November 15, 2013
Format DVD
Genre Drama - romantic, romance
Actor(s) Supriya Pathak, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh
Director(s) Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Producer(s) Sanjay Leela Bhansali Kishore Lulla

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  1. 3 of 3 people found this review helpful
     “Ram Leela”: Make War, Not Love….. 11 December, 2013 On
    Expectedly, Sanjay Leela Bhanshali's “Ram Leela” has his trademark merits of a large canvass with larger than life characters, giant egos, melodious music/songs and extravagant sets that are so over-the-top that it defies logic….
    Unexpectedly, it has double-meaning dialogues and molestation supplemented with not-so-subtle thrusts of Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra.
    In his previous films the only sign of violence was a slap.
    This time there is nothing but violence.
    Guns are used to represent all emotions, including happiness.
    Ranveer (Ram) and Deepika (Leela) play the doomed lovers of two, trigger-happy, warring tribes in a Gujarat town where cell phones used to take selfies (and posted to Twitter) coexist happily with porn parlours.
    An accidental death leads to consequences resulting in turmoil and bloodshed followed by peace, for which the lovers pay the ultimate price.
    The initial meetings of the lovers’ conversations are in verse, like Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”
    If you think that a town dedicated to selling guns is a result of Bhanshali’s fertile imagination: think again.
    Such a town exits, though not in India but Pakistan, near Peshawar called Darra-AdamKhel that sells/manufactures guns openly, exactly like the fictitious Gujarat town.
    Ranveer is a self-confessed Casanova who has slept with all the girls in his tribe.
    The women openly drool at his bare torso in the lively song “Ramji Ki Chaal.”
    I live in the Kathiawad region in Gujarat and believe me; Ranveer’s kedia top is worn by villagers here: it’s the normal wear in the nine-night Garba festivities.
    Deepika is flirty but innocent, in come-hither looks, with short cholis on a sculpted back and looks sensual but never vulgar.
    I saw girls in the cinema taking down notes on the Deepika’s clothes and snapshots on smart phones.
    In the song “Lahu Muh”, her lehenga is three layered made of Khadi, cotton and mulmul to give that wide swirl while performing the intricate Garba dance, coupled with patterned blouses with Kutch embroidery and mirror-work.
    Supriya Pathak (Baa) is chilling,
    The film has an unsettling scene where we realise the true depth of Baa’s depravity when Deepika, her daughter, comes out in the rain, faints and the water takes a red hue.
    Only then, you realise what has taken place.
    Priyanka is open about her sexuality as she is a “mujarawali,” so does not hesitate to button her choli or tie the tightly draped dhoti without inhibitions.
    Indian heroines rock!
    Bhanshali’s twisted sense of humour shows when the NRI who wants to marry Deepika has his passport taken away: a (sad) situation faced by many Indian girls who marry abroad.
    Bhanshali throws a lot of simple clues open for interpretation.
    Ranbeer is symbolised by peacocks (present even on the iron pillar when the lovers meet for the song, the first time) that attract the females.
    Dotted throughout the film there is an unsettling high-pitched screaming of the peacocks: representing (maybe) pain.
    When Baa sends a dead peacock to Ranbeer you know what to expect.
    The prosperous community wears gold jewellery and contrasts sharply with the silver ornaments worn by Ranveer’s less-affluent community.
    Deepika draping herself in cream/white (instead of red) on her wedding night is suggestive of what is going to come.
    The incense smoke that fills the room is used creatively in the films best picturised song “Ang Laga”, signifying Deepika’s passion which is much, much more to Ranveer’s beedi’s feeble smoke.
    Initially, the tribes wear white (peace) and red (blood.)
    With an escalating hostility, the colours take on different hues, starting with a red flag on a white roof after intermission, giving an idea as to where the film is heading.
    The songs (composed by Bhanshali himself) are picturised lavishly in a surreal world and one of the chief reasons for the film’s success.
    Both Ranveer and Deepika get the Gujarati Garba steps right, with the slight rhythmic nodding of heads that is as much a part of the Garba as the movement of arms and legs.
    Richa Chadda has an interesting role as Leela’s sister-in-law who sympathises and even risks her life to help her.
    The rest of the characters are passable: Ram’s father: Homi Wadia, sister-in-law: Barkha Bist, Ram’s brother: Abhimanyu.
    Gulshan Devaiah plays Leela’s cousin who turns out to be her nemesis.
    (Mentioned in the opening titles is Lady Popo: its Bhanshali’s pet dog!)
    S. T. R. O. N. G. L. Y.
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  2. 7 of 8 people found this review helpful
     super romantic and dramatcal 29 November, 2013 On
    RAM LEELA is super Romantic and dramatically movie .

    In this movie the fighting with two families are present.

    In this movie ram is actor and leela is actress.

    both are love each other and doing (chudai)
    but they cant meat each other due to fighting of there families
    overall both are dead in last of the movie.

    amazing movie just watch.....
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  3. 0 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Extravagant attempt for a repetitive story!! 18 November, 2013 On
    Sanjay Leela bhansali's much awaited feature film is not up to the expectation!! It is no where near to Khamoshi, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam or Black in terms of Script.

    This adaption of Romeo and Juliet by Bhansali is lost in time, if it is set in modern times or past. The first half is unbearable with its foolish dialogues and raunchy acts.

    Movie gets your attention just before interval and engages you post that.

    Good: Acting by Ranveer, Deepika and support casts, Sets and visuals
    OK: Songs, Direction, Screenplay
    Bad: Dialogues

    You may not regret if you skip this movie, if you have watched Ishaqzade, ek dije ke liye etc.
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  4. 0 of 2 people found this review helpful
     Bharpur Romance 4 December, 2013 On
    bhai, kya pyari movie hai, cast by deepika padukone and ranveer singh adn directorby sanjay leela bhanshali. Ram leela - Goliya ki rasleela, reality hai is movie me. more romance. After a long time waiting i am able to see this romantic movie. Both loves more like romeo and juliet and die both together. suprb and excellent work.
    you must watch this movie and enjoy.
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