Raanjhanaa Movie Review


Cineforest.com Rating: 3.5/5

Movie: Raanjhanaa

Casting: Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor

Producer: Krishika Lulla

Director: Anand L. Rai

Music Director: A. R. Rahman

Release date: 21 June 2013


Dhanush-Sonam kapoor’s romantic drama ‘Raanjhanaa’ released today. Danush made his debut in Bollywood with this film and Abhay Deol in vital role. Anand L. Rai is the director.


The film ‘Raanjhanaa’ is a story of a Hindu boy Kundan (Dhanush) and he is living in the holy-city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. Kundan (Dhanush) falls in love with a Muslim girl Zoya (Sonam Kapoor) in his childhood days and Kundangoes on to chase Zoya till he turns 16. After a few incidents, Zoya’s parents sent her to Allahabad for further studies and soon Zoya foregets him. After 8 years she returns to Varanasi and Kundan is still excitedly and patiently waiting for the future love of his life. Kundan knows she is in love with co-student Abhay Deol.

Can Kundan finally win Zoya’s love? This is what rest of the film is all about!

Plus Points:

The film moves well ahead from a sweet childhood love story to an intense and mature one. Anand L.Rai has very innovatively directed the scenes that concurrently amuse and allure the watchers.

Danush acting in ‘Raanjhanaa’ is nothing less than a great exposure for watchers and his pure flair in performance a lovable and intense loverboy has the audience’s desire for more. Either it is intense or comic scenes; Dhanush leaves no scope for mistake and shows that his previous National Award for performing was well justified.

The child artist Naman who plays the young Dhanush has delivered extrodinary performance.

Sonam Kapoor’s acting.

A R Rahman music that states romance in a lots of unique ways. Some of the tunes like ‘Tum Tak’ and ‘Raanjhanaa’ are enormously lovable and smoothly suitable in the storyline.

Final Cut:  ‘Raanjhanaa’-A Sweet Love Story

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