Dileep’s latest movie review: Ramaleela – first class!


Dileep‘s latest movie review: Ramaleela

Ramaleela is a Malayalam political thriller movie.  This movie has its own style of expression and the manner of presentation.  Due to the similarity with sociable lifestyles, the audience quickly accepted.  The movie stars Dileep and Prayaga Martin in the lead roles.  The movie illustrates the successful story of a foxy politician (Ramanunni), who go to the extend to achieve his goal. How Ramanunni becomes the most powerful political figure in the state forms the plot of the movie.

 There is nothing new in the new period, but the politics of the new age.  Ramanunni is the fourth associate of the season. Oru Mexican Aparatha, Sakhavu, C. I.A after this, Dileep‘s comeback with Rama Leela. Sakhavu Ramanunni’s aim is to give the communist party a good lesson, like the other Sakhavu movies. Dileep has shown remarkable authenticity and sound control in dialogue delivery with serious authenticity in previous movies. Kalabhavan Shajon is the comedian of the movie. Shaji Kumar, the cameraman of the Pulimurugan, made scenes. Music is by Gopi Sundar. Despite the usual songs, the background music sounds great.


 Ramannunni (Dileep) a Communist party MLA resigns and attachment with the Opposition party that is against his ideology. His difference with the party chief Ambady Mohan (Vijayaraghavan) is the key reason as to why he jumped ship. Vijayaraghavan as the district secretary, Ambadi Mohanan and the district secretary of the right-wing party Udayabhanu as Siddique. These two characters with unique performance. His resignation necessities a by-poll in his constituency, placing a stage for a high-voltage political campaign. Like his late father, Ramannunni’s mother Sakhavu Ragini (Radikaa Sarathkumar) also swears by the communist party. She even publicly disowns Ramannunni after he joins a new party that claims to walk in the way of Mahatma Gandhiji.

        A good movie will be able to see if they do not personally see and enjoy the personal effects of Dileep in any way…… but without the doubt, “Ramaleela” is a great political thriller.


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