Ramaiya Vastavaiya
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Ramaiya Vastavaiya

Hindi
RomanceMusical
19 Jul, 2013
2 hrs 29 mins
71%
218 votes
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The story of the film revolves around a guy who falls in love with his cousin`s best friend. He goes after his love to Punjab and is confronted by the girl`s brother who challenges the guy to farm and produce more seeds on the fields.
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Ramaiya Vastavaiya, dancer master-turned-director Prabhu Dheva`s remake of his own Telugu film Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, is what Vidya Balan had once used to describe herself in The Dirty Picture, ``Entertainment, entertainment, entertainment.`` If you`re looking for decent art direction, script or even logic, you know where to find the door, thank you very much. Starring Girish Kumar as Ram, a young Indian boy who was brought up in Australia, Ramaiya Vastavaiya follows him to India where, at his cousin`s engagement, he meets and falls in love with a doormat Sona (Shruti Haasan). Sona rejects him but Ram isn`t one to give up. He `pursues` her to every corner of the flower-and-light covered, newly whitewashed shaadiwala ghar that appears in every second Bollywood film from the 1980s, through the 1990s; until eventually she too feels that ``something-something``. ...Read full review
Let`s get to the point. `Ramaiya Vastavaiya` isn`t a marvellous effort. Although the film does a commendable job of going rustic in order to explore humble novelties, it has hardly anything new to offer except the lead actor. To its credit, it`s entertaining in bits but that has more to do with accidental comedy than anything else. In fact, the camera blatantly revisits several iconic scenes from the bygone Bollywood films every now and then. ...Read full review
Welcome to Animal Farm. With ample chicks, hens, horns; many `murgas`, mulgis, mummyjis and baaratis. Add to this rustic beauty some colours of harvest, village belles, jadoo ki jhappi (read: item number by Jacqueline Fernandez) and of course, amidst it all - blooming romance in fields of gold. In pure Prabhudheva style - with spoonfuls of desi ghee! Ram (Girish), billionaire baap (Randhir) ka beta from Australia, lands in India for a wedding, where he`s stunned to see lovely ladies bedecked in salwar-kamzeez and sarees (Whaaat? Kis khet ki mooli hai yeh?!). He falls in love with the bride`s best friend, the simple gaon-ki-chori, Sona (Shruti). She`s forced to leave him, but Ram follows her to the village and swears to win over her bhaiya, the proud kisaan, Raghuvir (Sonu). The billion-dollar-baby turns desi-cool - He ploughs, milks the cows (even puts them on a diet), and does a `shitload` of work (with gobar, ghaas, etc al). ...Read full review

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