Dileep's Ramaleela: Reasons to watch the movie - SLIDE SHOW


One of the reigning celebrities of Malayalam film industry – Dileep has been going through a phase of hurdles in his personal life and career for quite some time now. After a long delay due to several wrongs reasons, the actor's much-talked-about project Ramaleela is now all set to hit the big screens on September 28th.

Unending hurdles

DangalAfter crossing all the hurdles, Dileep's much-anticipated movie Ramaleela is making a grand release on September 28th. With the arrest of actor Dileep for his involvement in plotting the abduction and sexual assault of a noted south Indian actress, Ramaleela's release was pushed several times. And now, while a 'Boycott Ramaleela' campaign still going viral on social media, the movie is all set to release amidst controversies.

Dileep as Politician

Kaththi Sandai'Ramaleela' directed by debutant Arun Gopy features Dileep playing a politician again after 'Lion'. However, the movie will not be a mass film. In the movie, Dileep plays the role of a non-practicing lawyer, a common man who one day becomes an MLA named, Ramanunni. Ramaleela has Prayaga Martin in the female lead.

Biggest ever Political thriller

Assassin's CreedProduced by Tommichan Mulakupaadam under the banner of Mulakupaadam films, Ramaleela is made on a whopping budget of rupees 15 Crores. The movie is infact the biggest ever political thriller in Malayalam Cinema and also the costliest movie in Dileep's career till date!

Comeback of Radhika

SingAfter a long gap of 24 years, veteran Kollywood actress Radhika is making a comeback in Malayalam cinema with Ramaleela. In the movie, Radhika essays the role of Dileep's mother. It is heard that the movie does speak about mother-son bonding in the backdrop of politics.

Booking on full-swing!

Dhuruvangal PathinaaruEven as the call for boycotting the film is slowly gathering momentum over social media, the promotions for Ramaleela is also going on an overdrive. This is reflected from the massive first-day advance booking for the film. The film trade analysts predict that the movie is expected to ring good cash on its initial day itself. Looks like all the negative publicity has helped the movie to attract more masses to the theatres!

Respect the sweat and blood!

Dhuruvangal PathinaaruRamaleela has posed a moral question to moviegoers - to watch or not to watch as the protagonist of the film sits behind the bars at the Aluva sub-jail in real life, for conspiring a gang rape. But one should respect the fact that Ramaleela is the sweat and blood of a number of people who have no association whatsoever with the crime alleged to have been committed by the hero of the same movie. Now you can take your call on to watch or not to watch Ramaleela.

Dileep's Ramaleela: Reasons to watch the movie...