Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram-leela hit theatres on November 15, 2013. The Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh-starrer is a passionate love saga. Browse through for more.
Ranveer Singh rightly said that his chemistry with Deepika Padukone is the highlight in Ram Leela as the duo looks like a magic on screen.
While Ranveer Singh plays a desi Romeo, Deepika Padukone portrays a Gujarati belle in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela.
Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Ram Leela is said to be an adaptation of Shakespearean epic, Romeo and Juliet, set in violent times.
Deepika Padukone reportedly broke down on the last day of Ram Leela when Sanjay Leela Bhansali praised the actress.
Ranveer Singh is the desi Romeo 'Ram' in Ram Leela.
Deepika Padukone plays Leela, a Gujarati girl.
Ram Leela literally is Goliyon Ki Raasleela.
Deepika Padukone takes the lead in this romantic scene from Ram Leela. Check out more stills.
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone who have been cast opposite each other for the first time exude brilliant chemistry in Ram Leela. Here's the best ...
Sanjay Leela Bhansali does it again! If critics are to be believed this is Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam director's 'best work' so far. What works for the film? Moments that stay with you, Deepika-Ranveer's passionate chemistry and well, Bhansali's superb visual sense.
Here's what critics are saying about the film:
Mohar Basu, Koimoi
Critic's take: Ranveer Singh is perfect as Ram. Born into a violent family with warring opponents, he gives Ram a lingering charm. I have never been a fan of his acting but the gusto and the energy with which he plays every scene, every frame is so effervescent that he is nothing short of superlative.
Deepika Padukone matches Ranveer's brilliance with her own fiesty and enthusiastic performance. It is becoming a norm that every time you see Deepika on screen, you feel she has become better than her last stint.
Rohit Khilnani, India Today
Critic's take: Bhansali keeps you glued to the screen, gets terrific performances out of most of the actors and keeps the plot together. The film has a lot of moments that stay with you, Ram and Leela's passionate attraction that draws them to each other is very well done and that's what makes the kissing scenes just a part of the big picture.
Nabanita, One India
Critic's take: Ranveer-Deepika's visceral chemistry requires a special mention, that sets the screen ablaze. The movie works big time, and thanks to Mr Bhansali for creating a script surrounding an incredibly passionate and intense love story, making it one of most novel takes of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in Bollywood so far.
Raja Sen, Rediff
Critic's take: Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela -- an acronym of which unfailingly reminds me of Greater Kailash Residential associations -- is a monstrously excessive film with a riot of colours, a girl who looks very pretty indeed and a daft hero, but despite that being the warning on the tin whenever you attempt (foolhardily) to buy into a Bhansali product, this can't be what you bargained for. GKRR is an over-plotted, bloody mess.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Critic's take: Set in Gujarat, Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela is SLB's most 'commercial' film as a director. Also, his best work so far. Undoubtedly! It's the kind of film that you carry back with you. The hi-octane drama, the blazing guns, the passionate romance, the haunting melodies, the heart-melting emotions... SLB is an exceptional director with a remarkable vision and Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela only bolsters the actuality.
Meena Iyer, The Times Of India
Critic's take: So bullets fly, blood flows and bahus become victims of evil design. In between this warfare, Deepika and Ranveer touch, feel, kiss and cuddle and ensure you can feel their stirring. Quite unabashedly, the filmmaker uses his lead pair's real and reel chemistry, fuses it with sexual tension and makes it compelling for you to partake in their love-hate relationship. For the most part, Ram-Leela, SLB's most commercial work till date, has nice doses of raunch and ras (juice).
Mihir Fadnavis, First Post
Critic's take: Bhansali's earlier films have delivered two or three half-hearted attempts at a tragic romance, only to follow the poignant moments up with aimless, wandering plots, set gazing and cheesy acting. Ram Leela, on the other hand, has intensity, fire and energy in every single scene. It's also laden with a few surprisingly powerful plot contortions that you probably won't see coming.