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Sonam Kapoor , Dhanush , Anand L.Rai    Suitable for 12 years and over   DVD
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  • Actors: Sonam Kapoor, Dhanush
  • Directors: Anand L.Rai
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,825 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Synopsis:- Benaras holds a special place in Kundan's heart, because not only did he grow up as a typical, god fearing, shiv bhakt-Pandit, but also because it was the city that gave him Zoya. Quiet, beautiful with mischievous eyes, Zoya was the girl of his dreams. She was like a breath of fresh air the first time he saw her on the busy streets, sitting regally in a Tonga. He would follow her everyday to the bazaar, back to her house till one day he mustered the courage to speak to her and tell her his true feelings - his 13 year old heart, smitten by her simplicity. She of course didn't take him seriously and brushed him off. Time passed by and Zoya moved to Delhi to study further. Love they say is a feeling that only grows stronger with time and Kundan's love for Zoya never diminished, he carried his feeling all through college and his heart flipped when Zoya came back to his town. With Zoya back in Benaras, Kundan's world was filled with excitement as he was thinking of finally telling her how he felt. Zoya finally met Kundan and confessed her true feelings to him. She was in LOVE! She was in love with Akram, a college friend from DU and he was the love of her life, and she wanted Kundan's help in marrying him. His world shattered and his heart broke a million pieces, the rage that Kundan felt was inexplicable. He was torn between his true feelings for Zoya and his hearts pleas to help her get her true love, because who could understand that pain better than him. He sets out to unite her with Akram and what follows is a tale of Love, betrayal, redemption and healing set against the very rooted town of Benaras and the upbeat political environs of Delhi. Raanjhanaa is the story of Kundan, his journey from a 13 year old boy in love who goes on to become a committed, spirited young man, who's experiences in life made him the person he is today. It's the STORY OF LOVE!!

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4.0 out of 5 stars Truly a different kind of love story 16 Mar 2014
A must-see movie. Not your typical love story. Brilliant performances, especially Dhanush, for a bollywood debut he is fabulous. Sonam was ok, although look confused herself in the second half of the movie. Not quite sure what her character was doing either.

But minor quibbles, on the whole ABFAB movie with powerful music. SEE IT!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Different Style of Romance 28 Feb 2014
By mafl1
Give the movie a rent, you wont be disappointed. Featuring the Bollywood debut of South actor Dhanush, who provides a powerful performance alongside Sonam Kapoor (who finally proves herself as an actress). Also features the music of AR Rahman and the ever versatile Abhay Deol, set against the backdrop of Benaras and Delhi politics
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5.0 out of 5 stars maani 22 Dec 2013
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By maani I mean a jewel of a movie. Very touching and great acting.
It makes me love India the more.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Raanjhanaa 4 Jun 2014
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What's with these films that's keep making me bawling me eyes out yet again. Just when I was so excited to see a happy ending but boy that young Kundan died, wanted to give Zoya a finger wagging telling off grrh! But I enjoyed the film as it really pulled your heart the emotions that came out that you really felt for them, despite the culture differences, it's not about looks, it's the inner person of the heart. Great film in total and I recommend watching it again and again, Kundan a cutie pie, who just needed a good old cuddle. Great performances from all in the film. But it's really heart breaking.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An Indian Love Story 14 Mar 2014
By A Vvv - Published on
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What is a Bollywood film without a love story? Raanjhanaa not only boasts one, but also intertwines the subculture, caste system, religion, politics of India into one colorful film. As someone who has come to appreciate Hollywood, I had to realize that this movie is made for Indians and not compare it with other western movies under the same light. So long I have waited for a movie, for an Indian movie to come close to reality, an Indian reality... as opposed to the upper class fantastical type Indian movies. This one sure does come close as one can without sacrificing the appeal of Indian cinema. I can understand its success as associations can be made between this movie and reality for Indians. Glad to own my first Bollywood film.

A. R. Rahman does a fantastic job in first two tracks: "Tum Tak" and "Raanjhanaa" but rest of the tracks felt very mediocre, especially coming from such an acclaimed producer.

Blu-ray boasts high definition and HD audio but there are no special features. The blu-ray I recieved was for all regions.
4.0 out of 5 stars An arrow called Dhanush 13 Oct 2013
By Amit Talpade - Published on
Raanjhanaa is the story about a man's obsessive quest for the woman he has been in love with since he was a little boy. An obsession that is futile, romantic, satisfying, dangerous and painful. The portrayal of this drama could have been annoying but Dhanush, in his Hindi film debut elevates to an almost lyrical quality and stands tall as all eyes are on a performance that could safely be judged as one of the most outstanding Hindi film debut in recent times...I was awestruck.
Some of the audience may be receptive to his pursuit but some of them have felt that this unrequited love story might portray women harshly . In all fairness sometimes life does imitate art but so does art. Watch the movie for what it is...and I can safely say that most of us would not be inclined to engage in such a pursuit.

Anand L Rai gave us a sampler of Kanpur in Tanu Weds Manu ( Average film, outstanding music) this time he give us a vista of Benaras in all its holy colorful glory before concluding in Delhi.Rai manages to also garnish the film with many interesting characters such as Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub as Murari, Kundan's friend. These are not mere fillers but have meaty sized roles. Anand L Rai shows promise and growth and I will be looking forward to his next venture.
Narrated in flashback, Kundan( Dhanush) fall in love with Zoya ( Sonam Kapoor) as a child and remains doggedly in love as a teenager. Zoya, initially hesitant because of the Hindu-Muslim difference ,eventually gives in to his charms as well ,but is sent away for higher studies. Kundan waits for her return. However when she returns, she has not only forgotten about him but has also fallen in love with a rising political candidate Akram ( Abhay Deol). Menawhile Bindiya ( Swara Bhaskara) loves Kundan as well. There is a lot of humor in Kundans pursuit of Zoya, a moment to watch is his breaking in to gig to Coolie's Hum Ka Issaq hua hain yaaron or his lively mannerisms in the parody of Saame Ne Yeh Kaun Aaya.

However shifting lanes is the underlying theme as one individual grows out of childhood love while the other one becomes dangerously obsessive and a doomsday.

Abhay Deol as Akram manages to keep a balance and exude a dull sheen in the radiance of Dhanush's blinding act. He does not suffer from the Shashi Kapoor or the Sunny Deol moment in Deewar and Darr.
Sonam Kapoor looks radiant, with her quiet elegant and some good acting( Is this a breakthrough moment for her?)

But I gush for Dhanush and AR Rahman. After a mediocre Jab Tak Hain Jaan, Rahman comes back firing on all cylinders - almost. This is not his finest moment but songs like Tum Tak, Banarasiya stay with you and a reason to buy the album ( I did)

If Rahman presents a great soundtrack, then Dhanush can be the loud boom that accompanies it with an explosion on screen. His Hindi is still in the infantile stages but his acting sets the movie on fire.

I did not quite enjoy the second half because the political undertones and the penance track was not as engaging. The final moments were unexpected but made up for the somewhat weak half.

Raanjhanaa is not flawless but a genuinely satisfying experience. A weak second half prevents it from becoming a classic but an arrow called Dhanush pierces your armor to make yo appreciate the film. Four stars. 7/3/2013
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4.0 out of 5 stars interesting 13 Oct 2013
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Not a typical Indian movie- but the main character is awesome! the movie was sad... my mom and I were like WTH at the end of it, but i guess it is good, Bollywood is not steering into having depressing endings to!
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