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Ramaleela

2017 - MALAYALAM - MOVIE

DramaThriller

serious
  • Jini Score
    81%
  • Critics Score
    60%
  • Rating
    7.4/10
  • Box Office
    ₹ 50 Crores
  • Jini Score
    81%
  • Critics Score
    60%
  • Rating
    7.4/10
  • Box Office
    ₹ 50 Crores
serious
Adv. Ramanunni is offered an MLA seat, 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. Ramaleela is a 2017 Indian Malayalam-language Drama Thriller motion picture featuring Raadhika Sarathkumar, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Prayaga Martin, Siddique, Dileep Pillai, Radhika Sarathkumar and Vijayaraghavan Pillai. Mulakuppadam Films was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Tommichan Mulakupadam and Tomichan Mulakuppadam. Ramaleela is written by Sachi Sethu and Sachy and it is directed by Arun Gopy. Mulakuppadam Release acquired the distribution rights for the film. Ramaleela was released on 28th September 2017 and takes a screen time of 160 minutes. The Film was successful at box office. Ramaleela was made on a budget of ₹14 crore and it was a super hit at box office gross of ₹50 crore. Cinematography was done by Shaji Kumar and editing by Vivek Harshan. The music was composed by National Award winner Gopi Sundar.

Ramaleela Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : 5.0/5

100%

Positive Review Rating : 41%

41%
  • ETimes (TOI)

    Most of the funny lines are allotted to Shajohn who comes up with a brilliant performance while Dileep opts for a more or less serious avatar. ( Read More )
  • India Glitz

    There is no overt romance and the script doesnt waver from its intention. ( Read More )
  • Film Ibeat

    Supporting Cast Siddique, who played the delivered a brilliant peformance as Udayabanu, a politician. ( Read More )
  • Indian Express

    Mohan A seasoned politician who doesnt think twice before telling Ramannunni that his father was killed at his behest. ( Read More )
  • Tumblr

    The set up is long, plodding for a series of political games weve seen in a thousand films, theres no reason to dwell on them so. ( Read More )
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Awards for Ramaleela
  • Asianet Film Awards
    2 WON
    2 NOMINATIONS