Movie Review: Ramaiya Vastavaiya (2013)

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Ram (Girish Kumar) always introduces himself as ‘badmaash, bigda hua and badtameez’! Being the only child of Australia based billionaire couple Siddharth (Randhir Kapoor) and Ashvini (Poonam Dhillon), he’s not that far off the mark! Sona (Shruti Haasan) is a lovely girl from a small village, who has been lovingly brought up by her brother Raghu (Sonu Sood), who has worked night and day to make sure Sona gets a good life. They are not very rich, but their love for each other is priceless. Ram and his snobbish mother Ashvini come to India to attend his cousin Riya’s wedding. Here he meets Sona, who is Riya’s childhood friend.

It’s literally a clash between Venus and Mars! Ram, the habitual flirt, gets drawn to this lovely but simple girl from the village. Young love blossoms – pure and magical. But Sona’s brother Raghu hates the wealthy, and Ram’s mother has nothing but disdain for the not-so wealthy. Ram will have to face impossible challenges and Sona will have to witness his hardship and humiliation. Can Ram and Sona face the impossible odds? Can their love overcome all obstacles for a happy ending? Watch RAMAIYA VASTAVAIYA – the colourful and extravagant entertainer replete with music, drama and action, directed by Prabhudheva and produced by Tips Industries Ltd.


Good Reviews  |  Average Reviews  |  Bad Reviews
Positive Reviews
3.5 “RAMAIYA VASTAVAIYA is a simplistic love story narrated competently.”
Bollywood Hungama
Average Reviews
2.5 “Designed to be an obsessive crowd pleaser this film doesn’t leave any stone unturned to be obviously funny!”
2.0 “It is only for those who believe in magical love stories and feel that love can change and melt anybody.”
Zee News
Negative Reviews
1.5 “Watch Ramaiya Vastavaiya only if you have the stomach for unbridled lunacy.”
NDTV Movies
1.5 “Ramaiya Vastavaiya in short in a highly formulaic film which has absolutely nothing novel to offer. A clear case of old wine in a new bottle. “
1.0 “Ramaiya Vastavaiya, the most shopworn, tired film.”
Indian Express

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