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The most effective sequences the two stars have together are the large-scale dance numbers, which are beautifully and imaginatively staged.
The result is enjoyable for its visual flair, but this is a shallow and overlong spin on West Side Story.
A visually opulent, proudly melodramatic entertainer with some great songs and star performances.
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-leela is an illogical love tale dressed up in opulence. A classic case of looks can be deceptive.
A randomness defines things in the film; so one minute the dialogues rhyme irreverently and are filled with innuendoes and the next minute lapse into the inane.
In what is most probably her career-best performance, Deepika wins you over with her acting and dancing prowess.
Ram Leela is not a realistic film, nor does it play out as well as it should. But you cannot take your eyes off the screen.
This film asks the viewer to dive in and be lost. The trip is both overwhelming and memorable.
Larger-than-life movie in the best sense, a veritable feast for all senses from a truly singular cinematic voice that always demands attention and respect.
A riot of colour, dance, music and mayhem, the film is so compelling you daren't take your eyes off the screen for a second, and yet at moments it's so overwhelming you yearn for some respite.
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