28 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 38 mins
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When Advocate Ramanunni is offered an MLA seat in Aayikkara, he is thrown headfirst in to the dirty abyss of politics. What ensues is a cloak and dagger game where it is impossible to survive unless he plays along. Watch how Sakhavu Ramanunni plans his moves to play the fine line between politics and family.
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It is one such moment when the borders between art and life are blurred. The man who plays the protagonist, who in the film faces a murder charge, is in jail for an equally grave charge. It is but natural that one consciously looks for parallels between the drama on and off the screen. ...Read full review
Ramaleela is an intensely-thought out politico-crime thriller in which the quirk of fate and the for... ...Read full review
Ramaleela is the political thriller, which features Dileep in the lead role. The movie is directed by newcomer Arun Gopy and scripted by writer-director Sachy. Ramaleela is produced by Tomichan Mulakupadam, under the banner Mulakupadam Films. ...Read full review
Amidst all the controversies, arrest, bail denial and prison life, actor Dileep`s Ramaleela has finally released in theatres. The political thriller is writer/director Sachy`s first film to release after his directorial debut with the Prithviraj film Anarkali in 2015. ...Read full review
Ramaleela is the story of a politician who wants to come up clean in a criminal case that has been lodged against him. Just like the teaser and posters, there are numerous references in this movie that would make you wonder whether they are trying to infuse stuff that are beyond this movie in to it. ...Read full review
Not very often we get to see a film that has starking similarities to the real life of the actor playing the lead role in it. ...Read full review
What is laudable about director Arun Gopy in "Ramaleela" is his attempt to create a film that personifies his craftsmanship. Starting from the introduction of the hero, the newbie director shies away from the typical gimmicks associated with a Dileep starrer film. ...Read full review
Certain events in the life of Ramanunni, son of the martyr Raghavan, prompts him to switch sides, from the ruling Communist Democratic Party to the opposition. His crossover doesn`t go down well with a few, from both sides, including his mother who is a staunch Communist. ...Read full review



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