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 has a trademark style to filmmaking. There are some things you expect in a Bhansali film. This film, however, has many fresh features. Here's listing five elements that were unique to the treatment of Ram-leela and five which the director decided to borrow from his previous films:
What's new: In a typical Sanjay Leela Bhansali film, romantic moments are restricted to hugs and 'aankhon ki gustaakhiyan'. It goes much beyond that in Ram-leela, where the lead pair Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh indulge in countless kissing sequences.
What's not: The way Deepika and Ranveer's romance develops, it reminds you of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
What's new: The fast pace keeps you at the edge of your seat, unlike a usual Bhansali flick, which flows at a leisurely pace; this one doesn't give you time to sit and appreciate the background and frames.
What's not: But then Bhansali has borrowed a lot of frames and settings from his previous films like Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Devdas.
What's new: The dialogues are laced with expletives and sexual innuendoes. It gels well with the theme of the film that basically is a love story of two people from rival warring gangs.
What's not: The dialogues flow like a poetry which is very typical of Bhansali.
What's new: The actress fires gunshots.
What's not: Deepika's chunky accessories remind us of Aishwarya's jewellery in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
What's new: The action sequences take you out of Bhansali's usual beautiful world of picture-perfect frames. The violent scenes though are shot aesthetically.
What's not: In one scene Supriya Pathak chops off Deepika's finger leaving her in a pool of blood. Now, if you recall there is scene in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam where Aishwarya cuts her wrist and has a bloodied hand too. The scenes seem to have been picturised in a similar fashion.