CAST & CREW
Ramaa: The Saviour is a depiction of fantasy where the characters get sucked into the game. Written by Reshu Nath, who is a talented screenwriter also known for her work in Karle Pyaar Karle. The movie is produced by American Wrestler Paul London, who is popularly known for his time in the WWE Championship. Hadi Ali Abrar directed this movie.
The cast has been hand-picked for all the roles. Snobbish Komal played Ananya Chadda, and the role of her brother is played by Koustuv Ghosh. Sahil Khan came in to play the role of Ramaa. The actor is popularly known for his movie ‘ Style’ and the song ‘Style Mein Rehne Ka'. Femina Miss India 2004, Tanushree Dutta played the role of Samara, the love interest of Ramaa. Paul London, who has had a career in wrestling, helped bring in The Great Khali for the role of Vali. This project was a multi-starrer project.
This is the story of two siblings played by Ananya Chadda and Koustuv Ghosh, who are very fascinated by the prospect of winning the recently released video game “The Last Battle”. The latter along with class monitors perform in a dance competition which would win them the video game. The six children eventually win the game, but when they play the game, they get sucked into the game, where they find themselves on a historic island. They are tasked to fend themselves from the wild animals and deadly creatures. They then meet a man who is willing to help them to get out of the island; he is none other than Ramaa played by Sahil Khan. The climax is that Kunal, one of the siblings gets kidnapped by the villain Kali, who wants to rule the universe. Ramaa: The Savior, promises to save Kunal and also the universe. Vali asks Ramaa to play the game that the siblings had started. Ramaa and the kids win the game and defeat Kali. The cinematography has been excellent, picturising the jungle and the wild animals there. Peter Hein's editing work proved to be vital in the success of this adventure.
If you want to watch a movie with your children or siblings, then Ramaa: The Savior fits the fodder.
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