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Ram Ratan is a romantic comedy entertainer scripted by Praful Parekh and directed by Govind Sakariya. Sanjay Patel, Ashwin Patel and Bharat Dodiya produced the film under the banner Sab Star Movies. The music composition is by Bappi Lahiri. The film has the star cast of Rishi Bhutani, Daisy Shah, Mahesh Thakur, Sudha Chandran, Sumit Vats, Rajpal Yadav, Rituu Sachdev, Arvie Gupta, Angela Krislinzki, Angel Thakur, Satish Kaushik, Roshni Rajput and Prashant Rajput. Arvind Singh Puvar is the cinematographer of the film.
Raj is a womanizer, who thinks that life is just to enjoy to a great extent without any sentiments. After the suggestion of his friends, he decided to get married. Ratan becomes his wife. However, Raj didn’t change and he continues to roam here and there and stays as a flirt, as ever. Soon, Ratan finds out the reason behind his business trips. She plans in a different way to bring her husband as a family man. As per her plan, Raj was told that the medical test proves that he has HIV positive. Shocked Raj, decided to end his life but not by suicide. Yes, he appoints a paid killer to kill him. What happens next? Did the killer murders Raj? What happened to Ratan? Watch the film in the cinemas.
As it is a simple track, the stars need no significant effort to expose their acting prowess. Bhutani, Daisy, Kaushik and Rajpal Yadav have done justice to their roles without over action.
With a predictable story in hand, nothing is interesting, except a few sequences. When everyone thinks what will be Bhutani’s decision after knowing he is tested HIV positive, he decides to appoint a paid killer and it bring laughs. As it is a comedy flick, we could not expect logical scenes in it. However, some of the scenes impress the viewers, but they have a short life.
What’s Not There?
Ram Ratan is neither a boring story nor an interesting one. However, it is an entertaining one. If you have no films to watch this weekend, better choose this and you will not be disappointed. But, remember it is just a time pass movie!
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