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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.
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Madhya Pradesh high court today directed striking out of word 'Ram-Leela" from its title after a plea alleged that it use had hurt religious sentiments.
However, a division bench comprising acting Chief Justice K K Lahoti and Justice Subhash Kakode has issued the directives to remove the word 'Ram-Leela' on a petition filed by lawyers Anand Chawla and Amit Kumar Sahu.
The high court also issued notices to the CEO of Eros International, Kishore Lulla, film director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, actors Deepika Padukone and Ranvir Singh, who are playing the lead roles, and sought their replies.
The petitioners contended that use of the word 'Ramleela' in the film title and its posters had hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus and demanded their removal. According to the petitioners, Ramlila, which is a dramatic folk re-enactment of the life of Lord Ram, is popular in India and abroad and included in the list of cultural heritage by the UNESCO.
The folk is enacted during the ten-day battle between Lord Ram and Ravan, as described in the Hindu religious epic, the Ramayana, typically ahead of Dussehra.
Interestingly, a Delhi court on Tuesday recalled its earlier order of restraining Bhansali and EROS International Media Limited from using the title 'Ram Leela' for the film, slated for November 15 release.
The Delhi high court had earlier refused to ban the release of the movie and also imposed a cost of Rs 50,000 on an NGO which had moved the plea against the film on the ground that sex, violence and vulgarity in the movie will hurt religious sentiments and feelings of Hindus.