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Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (English: A Play of Bullets: Ram-Leela) is a 2013 Hindi romantic-drama film directed and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. It stars Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone as the eponymous leads. The film is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, set in violent times. The film’s release, scheduled on 15 November 2013, had been stayed by Delhi High Court. The film was initially titled Ram-Leela but was changed to Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela in response to an order by the Delhi High Court and released as scheduled. The film earned generally positive reviews and opened to strong box office collections worldwide. The film was declared a ‘Hit’ in India and ‘Super hit’ overseas by Box Office India.
The movie is inspired by William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
In a Gujarati village, Ranjaar, infamous for its uninhibited manufacture and sale of arms and ammunition (weapons are sold like vegetables at the place), two clans, Rajari and Sanera, have been at odds with each other for the past 500 years. The film opens with a violent altercation between the two over petty matters. Meghji (Abhimanyu Singh), a Rajari head, sets out to kill Bhavani (Gulshan Devaiah) who is a Suneda, after the latter tries to kill the former’s son. Bhavani is almost killed when Ram (Ranveer Singh) intervenes and saves him, only to be reprimanded by Meghji, who is his elder brother. All the Rajari elders are irked by Ram’s mindset of making truce with the other clan.
During the festival of Holi, Ram boldly enters the house of the Sunera heads and frolics with Leela (Deepika Padukone), while her mother, Dhankor baa (Supriya Pathak), the chieftain of the Saneras, is busy arranging a match for her daughter.
Kanji, Leela’s elder brother, angered by Ram’s entry in the house, bribes the local policeman to raid of the house of Rajari heads, but the plan backfires with Ram’s tactics. Ram and Leela get romantically involved and plan to elope. But a grim turn of events follows when Kanji accidentally kills Meghji, and is in turn killed by Ram.
To escape the suffering, Ram and Leela elope and marry. But Ram’s friends trace them and trick Ram by making him drunk and knock him out of his senses, and send an SMS about their location to the Saneras from Ram’s phone. The next morning, Leela is forcibly taken back home by Bhavani, her cousin, while Ram is hailed as a hero by the Rajaris for soiling the reputation of Leela, and her chieftain.
Leela still retains faith in Ram and sends Rasila (Richa Chadda), widow of Kanji, to give Ram an ultimatum to take her away. She, however is molested by Ram’s friends and when Dhankor baa learns of this, she sends Bhavani and other men to assault Kesar (Barkha Bisht Sengupta), Meghji’s widow.
Ram storms into Leela’s house and incapacitates the guards single-handed. He then requests Dhankor baa to consider negotiation for peace, following which she invites him for a function at home with the intention to kill Ram. However, at the event, Bhavani secretly shoots and seriously injures Dhankor, and the Rajaris are blamed for attacking Dhankor baa.
Leela is made the chieftain and gets busy tending to her mother. Ram and Leela bitterly carry out a negotiation with the sarpanch but Bhavani manipulates things and makes Leela blindly sign a document ordering the killings of Rajaris.
During Dusshera, as the Ramlila parade is ending, many Rajaris are killed and the village is on the brink of war. Ram senses this and goes to Leela and suggests that they kill each other instead of dying fighting. Leela agrees and both commit suicide, not knowning that Dhankor baa has undergone a change of heart and has killed Bhavani, ordering peace be meted out to the other clan.
In the end, the two clans finally unite and cremate the dead bodies of Ram and Leela together respectfully.
Ranveer Singh as Ram Rajari
Deepika Padukone as Leela Sanera
Richa Chadda as Rasila, Leela’s sister-in-law
Supriya Pathak as Dhankor Baa, Leela’s mother
Homi Wadia as Radhu
Sharad Kelkar as Kanji, Leela’s brother
Gulshan Devaiah as Bhavani, Leela’s cousin
Barkha Bisht Sengupta as Kesar, Ram’s sister-in-law
Abhimanyu Singh as Meghji, Ram’s brother
Raza Murad as Sarpanch
Jamiel Khan as Vanka
Anshul Trivedi as Mandar
Priyanka Chopra appears in the song “Ram Chahe Leela”
Initially shot in Gujarat, some sequences of Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela were shot in Udaipur particularly at Udaipur palace and Gangaur Ghat where a song sequence was shot. The story of the film is set in Gujarat. In Udaipur, Singh shot a song sequence in freezing cold water for about 45 minutes. Padukone was injured on set; however she had to continue shooting as an expensive set was put up at Film City for the song “Nagada Sang Dhol.” Sanjay Leela Bhansali had set up a gym on the sets in Filmcity Mumbai for the lead actor Ranveer Singh to not be late for the shooting and to avoid any delays for the movie.
Some religious groups opposed the movie claiming that the former title Ramleela was misleading because the movie had nothing to do with Ramlila, traditional enactment of the life and story of Hindu deity, Lord Rama. A local court in Mumbai has issued an “ex-parte ad-interim stay” over the use of term Ramleela in the movie title. A Delhi court, on 12 November, stayed the release of the movie as per suit filed by six petitioners, including Prabhu Samaj Dharmik Ram Leela Committee, saying the movie hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus. Later the film’s titled was changed to Goliyon ki Rasleela Ram-Leela. On 21 November 2013, Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court banned the movie in Uttar Pradesh. 
Kshatriya community opposed usage of community names in the movie, so Jadeja and Rabari community titles were changed to Saneda and Rajari.
This is the second time Sanjay Leela Bansali will compose for a film, the first being the 2010 film Guzaarish. Monty Sharma who composed for Saawariya (2007) returns after long gap. The lyrics are penned by Siddharth–Garima. ‘Mor Bani Thanghat Kare’ is a 1941 Gujrati poem written by Jhaverchand Meghani and music composed by Shree Hemu Gadhvi. The soundtrack album was released on 2 October 2013 after a delay due to Ranveer Singh’s health issues.
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. “Ang Laga De” Aditi Paul and Shail Hada 5:27
2. “Dhoop” Shreya Ghoshal 3:36
3. “Ishqyaun Dhishqyaun” Aditya Narayan 4:51
4. “Laal Ishq” Arijit Singh 6:27
5. “Lahu Munh Lag Gaya” Shail Hada 5:00
6. “Mor Bani Thanghat Kare” Osman Mir and Aditi Paul 3:58
7. “Nagada Sang Dhol” Shreya Ghoshal and Osman Mir 4:33
8. “Poore Chand” Shail Hada 4:08
9. “Ram Chahe Leela” Bhoomi Trivedi 4:04
10. “Tattad Tattad” Aditya Narayan 4:58
Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave the movie 4.5 out of 5 stars and wrote “On the whole, Goliyon Ki Raasleela ought to be watched for multiple reasons: the electrifying chemistry between its lead actors, the strong dramatic content, the scintillating musical score, the violent streak in the narrative and of course, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s execution of the material.”
Meena Iyer of The Times of India gave the movie 4 out of 5 stars, saying “For the most part, Ram-Leela, SLB’s most commercial work till date, has nice doses of raunch and ras (juice). Since the plot is Shakespearan, the maker has the arduous task of telling you this story on an opulent scale. Vintage palaces and daunting deserts are fitted in with precision. Deepika is breathtaking and in top form. Ranveer displays his six packs and histrionics with fair ease. You have to also applaud Richa Chadda and Supriya Pathak Kapur for being the talent they are.”
Anupama Chopra of the Hindustan Times gave the movie 3 out of 5 stars and writes: “If Sanjay Leela Bhansali is to be believed, Gujaratis are the most colorful, passionate, violent, loud and lusty community in this country”. She appreciates the director’s aesthetic but also writes that “By the end, I was so exhausted that I just wanted all the Rajadis and Saneras to kill each other so that we could be done with it”.
Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars. Appreciating the chemistry between the lead pair, he writes “Deepika and Ranveer scorch up the screen in their romantic scenes, their intense passion a bold change from Bollywood’s mostly tame embraces.” Masand concludes the review by stating “He (Bhansali) brings great style and aesthetic to an unapologetically commercial film, which I’m happy to say is far more engaging than the lazy blockbusters we’ve seen lately.”
Sarita Tanwar of DNA gave the movie 3.5 out of 5 stars and wrote “Ram Leela is a lovely mixture of the familiar and the fresh. The technical aspects of the film are extraordinary: breath-taking sets, spellbinding cinematography, perfect music and a wonderful supporting cast. Deepika is perfect in every scene. Ranveer has surrendered to the director’s vision and delivers a power-packed performance.
Mihir Fadnavis of Firstpost writes “Ram Leela has the soul of a cynical old noir peppered with a few small glimmers of masala. The direction, outstanding production design, gorgeous cinematography are supported by a surprisingly strong cast, and Padukone is a wild-eyed anchor in a sea of formula. Three years ago you’d never have expected her to improve so drastically and command the kind of energy she does now. Ranveer, on the other hand, is a weak link.
Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express gave the movie 2.5 out of 5 stars, concluding “‘Ram-Leela’ creates a couple that ignites the screen, and most of the time when these two are on screen, you keep watching. It’s when the guns come on, and the gun-masters start roaring and shouting, that the love-story drowns, and everything gets both too noisy and too choreographed.”
Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com gave the movie 2.5 out of 5 stars and wrote “Ram-Leela is a lavish visual spread and is filled with moments of thrill, ingenuity and splendour but falters somewhere due to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s confused priorities and half-hearted romanticism.” She praised Padukone’s performance by stating “Still, it’s ever so watchable for Deepika Padukone. If ever there was any room for doubt, Deepika cancels it with her recently acquired aura. She embodies the lack of reason, the all-consuming ‘junoon,’ the bitterness, the sauciness, the arrogance that constitutes Leela so effectively, the film could well be titled after her. Only her.”
Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Screenplay by Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Based on Romeo and Juliet
Starring Ranveer Singh
Music by Monty Sharma
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Cinematography Ravi Varman
Editing by Rajesh G. Pandey
Studio SLB Films
Distributed by Eros International
15 November 2013
Running time 155 minutes
Budget INR85 crore (US$14 million)(situation needed)
Box office INR202 crore (US$32 million)
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