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A Bollywood director is hired by an American talent agent to make a film on Osama bin Laden. The plan to use an Osama doppelganger in order to prove his death boomerangs when a Taliban arms dealer hijacks their idea to prove he's alive.
Baa Baa Black Sheep is the story of Baba, who is still trying to find his bearings. Baba's father, Charudutt Sharma who is a boring Cashew nut dealer for everyone, reveals to a shocked Baba... See full summary »
Rahul, an engineer, tries his best to protect his wife from a goon feared by all. The goon wants to marry Rahul's wife at any cost, and this doesn't bother him whether she is already married or she has a son. In the process, Rahul tries to take help from the law, but all efforts go awry, and the tables turn on him. When finally everything goes against him and his wife, he turns into an angry man, who is on a rampage to protect his wife by all means, even if it means killing the goon, and giving him the worst death he can ever wish for.Written by
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The theatrical version of the film has the interval card superimposed with the villain laughing in the background, but the version available online has the scene of villain laughing without the interval card appearing. See more »
I had never heard of this movie Ranbanka and happened to watch it just by chance.
Ranbanka is a thriller and frighteningly real, perhaps a bit too real for comfort. If the all too frequent news reports are to be believed, this could happen to you or to me or to anyone in certain parts of India. Somewhat like in NH-10.
The story is interesting and kept me glued. Ravi Kishen as the crazed goon younger brother of an MLA, did a splendid job.
Manish Paul? One is more used to seeing him compere film award events so initially I thought hey who is that, he looks familiar. I guess he could have done a better job but he was not too bad either.
The cinematography, sets, costumes etc is all very good.
Please do not let your minor kids watch this, the violence is graphic especially the honour killing scene and later events.
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