Raanjhanaa (2013) *HQ*

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Raanjhanaa is the story about a boy named Kundan (Dhanush), who falls in love with Zoya (Sonam Kapoor) and tries to woo her all the time. Zoya then moves to another city for her education, where she falls head over heels in love with another man Akram/Jaspreet (Abhay Deol), a senior at her university in Delhi. Being a true and loyal lover, Kundan continues to feel the same for his girl and waits for her to return.

When Zoya returns to her hometown, she reveals her love story with Akram/Jaspreet to Kundan. Kundan in return is heart-broken. But, that’s just not the end of the story. There’s a lot more twists and turns in the flick.

If you aren’t a romantic at heart then this film isn’t for you and if you are then get ready to be swept off your feet as the filmmaker takes you on one of the most refreshing rides in the recent times. Raanjhanaa is nothing like the recent slew of romantic films that have been doing the rounds in the industry. It has madness of love, layers to characters as well as script and acting that will really make you sit back and notice.

Known for his small-town romance Tanu Weds Manu, Aanand L Rai comes up with a delightful tale once more with Raanjhanaa. From the first scene onwards, the film hooks you as it goes about exploring Kundan’s feelings for Zoya. The ‘one-sided’ affair has not been explored much in Hindi cinema, which is why Kundan’s efforts to woo Zoya will strike a chord with every man out there, who has done the same for some unattainable ladylove.

The dialogues are quite real and the director has mercifully stayed away from flowery lines, that usually form the backbone of most love stories. Moreover, special mention must be made of the cinematography, which brings out the colour and vibrancy of Benaras, giving the film a fresh and real look.

Aanand L Rai’s true strength comes in the casting where he scores an ace by roping in Dhanush for a part that could be played by him and him alone. It’s his portrayal and the age-span that he convincingly plays showcases his caliber and re-establishes the reason why he is a superstar down South. Sonam Kapoor who has till now been criticised for her acting too displayes her talent and complements Dhanush well. Abhay Deol in little cameo too is very effective.

The review cannot be over without the mention of AR Rahman’s composition which becomes an integral part of the film and is truly mesmerising.

To sum it up, Raanjhanaa despite its flaws in the story is one of the best romantic films of the recent times. A definite watch for all.

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