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Ramaa: The Saviour (2010)

While playing a video game on TV, school-children are mysteriously transported to a prehistoric island.

Directors:

Hadi Abrar (as Abrar Haadi), Hadi Abrar

Writers:

Kumaar (lyrics), Reshu Nath (story, screenplay and dialogue)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Sahil Khan ... Ramaa
Tanushree Dutta ... Samaraa
Meghan Jadhav ... Rohan
Koushtuv Ghosh Koushtuv Ghosh ... Kunal (as Koustov Ghosh)
Ananya ... Komal (as Ananya Shukla)
Ishita Panchal Ishita Panchal ... Riddhi
Arjun Nandwani Arjun Nandwani ... Sameer (as Nikhil Nandwani)
Zankhi Pabari Zankhi Pabari ... Sanjh
Taleb Ibrahim Taleb Ibrahim ... Kaali
Ketan Karande Ketan Karande
Altaf Hussain Altaf Hussain
Anand Anand
Gurpreet Kaur Chadha ... Teacher (as Gurpreet Chadha)
Dalip Singh ... Vali (as Dilip Singh Rana [Khali])
Brian Dowcan Brian Dowcan ... Old man
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Storyline

Snobbish Komal (Ananya Shukla) and her brother, Kunal (Koustov Ghosh); Sameer (Arjun Nandwani) - who is always ready for a snack; and siblings of smart class monitor Riddhi (Ishita Panchal): Rohan (Meghan) and Sanj (Zankhi Pabari) - play a recently released video game 'The Last Battle' on TV. Shortly thereafter, they will be magically and mysteriously transported back in time to a prehistoric island - and will have to fend for themselves against wild animals, deadly gem-seekers, and an ageless, armed and fierce entity called Kaali (Taleb Ibrahim). Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi | English

Release Date:

12 November 2010 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Ramaa wybawca See more »

Filming Locations:

India See more »

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Budget:

INR100,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Soundtracks

We Don't Need Tumhara
Lyrics by Kumaar
Music by Siddhartth, Suhash Kulkarni
Music on Sony Music
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Patience Tester!!!
6 March 2011 | by ShyamNTKSee all my reviews

Less said, better about this movie. This movie is so boring and irritating that even the task of writing a review for this movie seems so tedious. Why did they make such a movie?? How can the imagination of people go this bad? How the hell the actors agreed to act in this movie?? And how did the movie get distributors?? These will be the questions coming to an ordinary viewer's mind, while watching Ramaa.

A more apt title for the movie would be Ramaa, the Loser. In the whole movie, he loses every fight, except the one in the climax, that too with the help of some kids.

It is obvious from the plot that the movie is made to grab the attention of kids, and the idea of few kids getting trapped inside a video game is not so bad. In fact, it would be really interesting if executed in a proper manner. But that's where the makers have gone horribly wrong. The story is told in such a bad manner that we don't feel like taking our hands off the 'Forward' button, while watching the movie.

Everybody knows that WWE is the TV show most kids like, after cartoons. So, the makers have added a WWE star in the movie, and it is none other than 'The Great Khali'. My serious advice to Khali is, stick to WWE, or join Indian army. But please don't do movies. We can tolerate bad actors, but this guy is too much beyond that. There are not much scenes for him in the movie, but whatever is there, he has done it in the worst possible way.

If anyone can compete with Khali's acting in the movie, it would be the guy who played 'Kali' in the movie. Yes, you heard it right. Khali plays 'Vali' and this guy plays 'Kali'. This guy's acting is really bad, but fortunately he has got a more human-like face. Looks really matter, dude!! However both Kali and Vali are people with stoned faces.

Oh, there is one more stone in the movie, the title character 'Ramaa' played by Sahil Khan. Seriously, how can one actor go this bad?? He is yet another stone in the movie, with a monkey-ish face. Really he should be honoured for maintaining the same expression throughout the movie.

Tanusree Dutta looked better among others. She did her action sequences quite well. But frankly, she is not at all pretty.

The movie revolves around few kids, and i forgot to mention about them. They were okay in their roles, and were obviously better than the other artists of the movie.

The movie proceeds like a video game, but sadly it fails to make any impact due to bad editing. Also, there are few bad songs in the movie,especially the one Ramaa sings in the jungle. I felt like trashing my computer monitor and scream 'What the f*ck????'.

After this movie, all i want is to ask the makers 'what the heck you have thought of yourself??'. But, this is not the worst movie, if you have watched 'Love.com'. :P. However, such movies increase our degree of tolerence!!


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