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Raavan Audio Songs Sites and Blogs LUIZA GOIANAPOLIS BOLLYWOOD MUSIC and MOVIE . Starring :Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Vikram, Govinda, Ravi Kishan, Priyamani Music :A R Rahman Director :Mani Ratnam Producer :Mani Ratnam, Sharada Trilok Beera Beera Vijay Prakash, Aslam Mustafa Behene De Karthick, Mohammed Irfan Khilli Re Reena Bhardwaj Thok De Killi Sukhwinder Singh, Am Nico Ranjha Ranjha Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali, Anuradha Kata Kata Ila Arun, Sapna Awasthi, Kunal Ganjawala Raavan Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre Para a personagem mitológica do épico hindu Ramayana, ver Ravana. Não deve ser confundida com 2011 Bollywood filme Ra.One. Raavan Poster versão teatral Dirigido por Mani Ratnam Produzido por Mani Ratnam Roteiro de Mani Ratnam História por Valmiki Estrelado por Abhishek Bachchan Aishwarya Rai Vikram Govinda Priyamani Ravi Kishan Nikhil Dwivedi Música por A. R. Rahman Cinematografia Santosh Sivan V. Manikandan Edição por SREEKAR Prasad Distribuído por showman Fotos Walkie Madras Blackman Fotos Data de lançamento (s) 18 de junho de 2010 Correndo minutos de tempo 139 [1] País Índia Hindi Crore orçamento 30 (5,46 milhões dólares EUA) [2] Bilheteria 28,57 crore (EUA $ 5,2 milhões) [3] Raavan é um 2010 filme de suspense dirigido indiano, escrito e produzido por Mani Ratnam. Ele estrelas Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai e Vikram nos papéis principais, enquanto Govinda, Ravi Kishan, Nikhil Dwivedi, Tejaswini Kolhapure e Priyamani característica nos principais papéis coadjuvantes. Ele foi lançado simultaneamente em Tamil como Raavanan com um elenco um pouco diferente, o que também seria dublada em Telugu [4] e outras línguas regionais. Trilha do filme ea trilha sonora é composta por AR Rahman. [5] [6] O filme foi lançado em 18 de junho de 2010. A estréia do filme foi realizada em Londres em 16 de junho de 2010. [7] Conteúdo [hide] 1 Lote 2 Elenco 3 Produção 4 Recepção 4,1 resposta Crítica 4,2 Bilheteria 5 Soundtrack 5,1 lista de músicas Oficial 5,2 faixas adicionais 5,3 recepção crítica 6 Prêmios e indicações 7 Referências 8 Ligações externas [Editar] Terreno O filme abre com cenas mostrando Beera Munda (Abhishek Bachchan), um bandido, pulando de um penhasco na água. O seu grupo está ocupado distrair a polícia e um veículos da polícia são alguns incendiados. Ragini Sharma (Aishwarya Rai), em uma viagem de barco, é sequestrado por Beera. Dev Pratap Sharma (Vikram), seu marido e um superintendente da polícia, é informado. Um breve montagem de curtas mostra a história de Beera. Ele é visto como um herói local, uma espécie de Robin Hood - que dirige um governo paralelo, com seus irmãos - Karthik (Ravi Kishan) e Hari (Ajay Gehi). Apesar de ser considerado um terrorista pela polícia local, Beera é respeitada pelos aldeões. Ele seqüestra Ragini esperando para vingar a morte de sua irmã Jamuni (Priyamani). Dev e sua equipe entrar as florestas com a ajuda de Vijay Kumar (Govinda), um guarda florestal. Apesar de buscar nas profundezas das florestas, Dev é incapaz de caçar Beera. Beera eventualmente diz Ragini a história da morte de sua irmã; Dev tinha levado um encontro contra Beera durante o casamento de Jamuni. Tiro de Dev pastavam Beera no pescoço. Beera fugiu, mas a polícia capturou e estuprada em série Jamuni, quando ela se recusou a revelar o paradeiro de Beera. Beera retorna para casa para encontrar perturbada Jamuni e traumatizados. No dia seguinte, ela comete suicídio por afogamento em um poço próximo. Infeliz que seu irmão está se preparando para a guerra, Hari convence Beera para permitir Hari para oferecer uma trégua para Dev. Dev inicialmente parece concordar, mas quando Hari sai em campo aberto, brotos Dev-lo à morte. Ao montar um trem de volta para sua cidade natal, Dev acusa Ragini de infidelidade e informa-lhe que era Beera que disse isso a ele. Furioso, Ragini deixa Dev para atender Beera através Karthik. Quando ela faz, ela pergunta a ele o que havia dito Beera Dev. Beera respostas que ele tinha dito que ele protegido Ragini para todos os 14 dias e nada mais. Eles rapidamente percebem Dev mentiu, esperando Ragini o levaria a seu esconderijo. Dev aparece com uma equipe da polícia e enfrentar a dupla. Ragini tenta salvar Beera, que a empurra para fora da linha de fogo. Ele é baleado várias vezes. Verdadeiros sentimentos Ragini vem à tona quando ela tenta salvar Beera com toda sua força. O conteúdo que Ragini também tem sentimentos por ele, Beera cai do penhasco para a morte com um sorriso. [Editar] Elenco Abhishek Bachchan como Beera Aishwarya Rai Bachchan como Ragini Sharma Vikram como Dev Sharma Pratap Govinda como Vijay Kumar Ravi Kishan como Karthik [8] Priyamani como Jamuni [9] Nikhil Dwivedi como Inspetor Hemant [9] Ajay Gehi como Hari [8] [Editar] Produção As filmagens começaram em água athirappilly quedas e floresta próxima a tripulação falls.The fazer um conjunto enorme no final de outubro de 2008. Durante as filmagens, Mani Ratnam ficou doente o que atrasou as filmagens por alguns meses em 2009. [10] No entanto, o filme começou sua programação de última em agosto de 2009. O filme terminou de filmar e foi para a pós-produção em outubro de 2009. [11] Manikandan foi contratado como DOP do filme ou cineasta, no entanto, ele andou em maio de 2009 e foi substituído por Santosh Sivan. [12] [13] Este filme tem várias cenas de ação e acrobacias executadas pelos atores. As acrobacias são dirigidos por Mani Ratnam e são coreografada por Peter Hein, que recebeu prêmio Filmfare de ação para a versão de Hindi Ghajini e Anniyan. O Kerala arte marcial Kalarippayattu também é destaque no filme. [14] Dancer Astad Deboo coreografados uma cena de perseguição apaixonado e Tandav dança entre Abhishek e Aishwarya para o filme. [15] [16] indiano estilista Sabyasachi Mukherjee projetados Aishwarya Rai figurinos do filme. [17] Raavan foi filmado em vários locais ao redor da Índia, incluindo as florestas de Karnataka (Tumkur), Kerala (Athirappilly Falls), [18] Ooty, Jhansi, Kolkata, Mahabaleshwar e no Ghats Malshej em Maharashtra. [19] [20] [Editar] Recepção [Editar] Resposta Crítica Abhishek e Aishwarya na estreia em Londres Entre os críticos de cinema indiano na ReviewGang site de revisão de agregação, o filme marcou 4.5/10 baseado em 12 avaliações. [21] Baradwaj Rangan do The New Indian Express nominal do filme 4/5 e disse "Raavan quedas por Sita (e vice-versa ) em um idiossincrático intrigante assumir o Ramayana - se você conseguir passar as performances de chumbo, que é "[22] Rajeev Masand da IBN deu ao filme 1,5 / 5 e disse:" Apesar de algumas filmagens olho-molhando e um pedaço de ação impressionante no clímax do filme, o filme - em especial a sua primeira metade - é uma bagunça descuidadamente editada de longas cenas que fazem pouco sentido quando combinadas "[23] Noyon Jyoti Parasara da AOL classificaram 2,5 / 5 e declarada." Raavan é mais um drama musical coreografado-cum-psicológico, mas sem o apoio caráter próprio. que torna o filme vale a pena assistir é os picos no segundo semestre, é claro além da imaginação ". [24] Taran Adarsh ​​de Bollywood Hungama classificaram 1,5 / 5 e disse: "No geral, é uma decepção Raavan king-size, em termos de conteúdo". [25] Sukanya Venkatraghavan de Filmfare avaliado o filme 3/5 e disse: "Raavan tem seus momentos, mas que carece de profundidade. A primeira meia é bastante instigante, mas o segundo semestre lentamente desliza em coma ". [26] Nikhat Kazmi de Times da Índia avaliado favoravelmente na 3,5 / 5, dizendo:" Há socos suficientes no segundo semestre para manter o ritmo, mas por Em geral, as trilhas sonoras de filmes principalmente sobre arte e esteta ". [27] Raja Sen de Rediff classificaram-2/5 e disse:" Raavan verdadeiramente e tragicamente nos falha está em tomar um dos nossos maiores épicos, e tornando-imperdoavelmente chato " [28]. Parimal Rohit Buzzine de Bollywood disse, "Raavan é basicamente um filme inteligente, como ele empurrou o envelope de como se faz para definir quem é bom e quem é mau". [29] Entre os críticos dos EUA e UK Film amostrados no site Rotten Tomatoes agregado, Raavan nominal de 64%, com 11 revisões. [30] Cath Clarke, do The Guardian deu ao filme uma classificação de 2/5 e encontrei-sexista, [31] enquanto a Nova york crítico Mensagem Lou Lumenick escreveu: "Se você não é um fã de filmes de Bollywood - que há muito tempo resistiram a tentativas de cruzamento neste país, apesar do sucesso de híbridos, como Slumdog Millionaire - ação Mani Ratnam do melodrama Raavan provavelmente não vai fazer converter um fora de você ". [32] No entanto, Frank Lovece de Film Journal International, descobriu que um" cracklingly elegante, drama de suspense psicológico "com" uma sensação visual que evoca David Fincher em mais escura a sua ", e admirava os números de dança", uma ocorrendo um pouco naturalista em um casamento, o outro essencialmente uma dança de guerra impressionante ". [33] The New York Times e do Los Angeles Times igualmente deu opiniões positivas: Rachel Saltz da antiga tornou "Escolha da Crítica" de vezes e elogiou Ratnam como "um contador de histórias talentosa visual que direciona a ação crisply e preenche a tela com imagens impressionantes", incluindo "olho-popping batalha climática", [34] enquanto que Kevin Thomas do último disse que o filme "é repleto de câmera vertiginosa, complicações inumeráveis, desordem violenta, humor amplo, [os] habituais interlúdios musicais, um confronto cliffhanging clímax e um concluir que atinge uma nota de pungência ". [35] [Editar] Bilheteria Raavan aberto "abaixo das expectativas" nas bilheterias indiano, com a versão hindi ganhar Rs 60 milhões (R crore 6) no dia da abertura. [36] e crore 23,83 através de sua primeira semana. [37] Na América do Norte, abriu Raavan em 120 cinemas e classificado # 15 no fim de semana do escritório doméstico gráfico caixa com $ 482.760. A partir de 24 de Junho, que tinha recolhido 573.314 dólares neste mercado. [38] O filme foi declarado um fracasso por Box Office Índia. [39] [Editar] Trilha Sonora ^ Raavan, Filme International Journal Azul Folhas ^ "Abhishek - 90 crore para três filmes, o Raavan Hindi vendido em` crore 30 O negócio em hindi foi `38 crore Então, de que ângulo houve uma perda..?". Film Journal International. Retirado 28 de abril de 2011. ^ "Raavan: Box Office 2010". Box Office Índia. ^ "^ Raavan Elenco Versão Telugu & Crew". Ourcinemas.com. Retirado 17 junho de 2010. ^ "Abhishek-Aishwarya para estrelar ao lado de Mani Ratnam". Bollywood Hungama. Retirado 19 de fevereiro de 2008. ^ Pillai, Sreedhar (22 de Julho de 2008). "Dinheiro dinheiro Mani". The Times of India. Retirado 22 de julho de 2008. ^ "Ra.One para atender Raavan em Londres!". Hindustan Times. Recuperado 15 junho de 2010. ^ A b "Raavan: Review". Calcutá, Índia: A Índia Telegraph. 19 de junho de 2010. Retirado 27 de junho de 2010. ^ Ab "Raavan: adaptação contemporânea Ramayana". Newzstreet. Retirado 27 de junho de 2010. ^ "Nós estávamos gravando em seguida, Mani acabou de sair ... para o hospital". Mumbaimirror.com. Retirado 16 de abril de 2008. ^ "Raavan embarca para a programação passado, se prepara para abril-Maio'10 liberação". Bollywood Hungama. Retirado 21 de agosto de 2009. ^ "Santosh Sivan junta" Raavan "equipe". Indiaglitz. Retirado 19 maio de 2009. ^ "Mani Ratnam tiros em Ooty!". Sify.com. Recuperado 2 junho de 2009. ^ Menon, Priya M (13 de Dezembro de 2009). "Onde as estrelas se alinham de aprender Kalaripayattu". The Times of India. Retirado 13 de dezembro de 2009. ^ Jha, Subhash K (27 de Julho de 2009). "Ash aprende passos novos". The Times of India. Retirado 27 de julho de 2009. ^ "Da rua para o palco". Dnaindia.com. Retirado 26 de setembro de 2009. ^ "'Refinamento Khadi reside na sua humildade". Outlookindia.com. Retirado 24 de agosto de 2009. ^ "Ash, Abhishek para atirar em Kerala". Rediff. Consultado em 7 de outubro de 2008. ^ "Mais problemas para Mani Ratnam". Sify.com. Retirado 18 de dezembro de 2008. ^ "Raavan traz Sita para a cidade - Ash-Abhi para fotografar para Mani". Calcutá, Índia: Calcutá Telegraph. 15 de fevereiro de 2009. Visitada em 14 Fevereiro de 2009. ^ "Avaliação Critic Raavan". ReviewGang. Retirado 21 de junho de 2010. ^ Rangan, Baradwaj. "'Raavan" Revisão ". The New Indian Express. Retirado 19June 2010. ^ Masand, Rajeev. "'Raavan' é um furo de um filme". IBN. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Parasara, Jyoti Noyon. "Revisão Raavan". AOL Índia. Retirado 21 de junho de 2010. ^ Adarsh, Taran. "Raavan: Movie Review". Bollywood Hungama. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Venkatraghavan, Sukanya. "Revisão Raavan". Filmfare. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Kazmi, Nikhat (17 de Junho de 2010). "Revisão Raavan". Times da Índia. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Sen, Raja. "Raavan é imperdoável chato". Rediff. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ "Revisão de Cinema Raavan". Buzzine Bollywood. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ '"Raavan no Rotten Tomatoes ^ Clarke, Cath (17 de Junho de 2010). "Revisão Filme: Raavan". Londres: The Guardian. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Lumenick, Lou (18 de Junho de 2010). "Bollywood encomendar, bem-feito com queijo". New York Post. Retirado 18 junho de 2010. ^ Lovece, Frank. "Revisão de filme: Raavan, Filme International Journal, 18 Junho 2010 ^ Saltz, Rachel. "Epic um índio com Bollywood Glamour", The New York Times 18 jun 2010 ^ Thomas, Kevin. "Cápsula revisões de filme: '" Raavan, Los Angeles Times, 18 Junho 2010 ^ Adesara, Hetel (19 de Junho de 2010). "Box Office: Coleções de abertura Raavan dia abaixo da expectativa". Businessofcinema.com. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ "Raavan Primeiro Coleções semana". Boxofficeindia.com. 26 junho de 2010. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ Raavan no Box Office Mojo ^ "Acessos continuar a fugir de Bollywood como Raavan flops". Rediff. 28 de junho de 2010. Retirado 08 de julho de 2010. "Release Áudio Maniratnam" Ravana "Em março" ^. ^ "'Raavan' Audio-em abril do filme em junho -. Tamil Movie News". IndiaGlitz. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ TC apresenta a lista de filmes que vão agitar as telas nas próximas semanas ^ "Abhi, Aish lançamento trilha sonora Ravan". ^ "Melodia da meia-noite de Rahman". ^ Bollywood Hungama revisão ^ Rediff revisão ^ Planeta Bollywood revisão ^ Música Aloud revisão ^ Glamsham revisão ^ O Hindustan Times revisão ^ Apunkachoice revisão ^ IBN vivo revisão ^ Nikhat Kazmi (17 de Junho de 2010). "Resenha do filme Raavan: Wallpaper, Story, Trailer no Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ Revisão de Música de Delhi 6 Por Joginder Tuteja. Bollywood Hungama. Retirado 18 de junho, 2010 ^ "Revisão Música: Raavan". Hindustan Times. 30 de abril de 2010. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ Revisão Soundtrack Raavan por Parimal M. Rohit. Buzzine Bollywood. Retirado 15 de junho de 2010 ^ "Revisão de Música de Raavan Por Atta Khan no Planeta Bollywood". Planetbollywood.com. 23 de abril de 2010. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ Sukanya Verma (26 de Abril de 2010). "Música Raavan é requintado". Rediff. Retirado 26 de abril de 2010. ^ "Revisão Música: Raavan". Movies.ndtv.com. Retirado 28 de junho de 2010. ^ "Os vencedores de Film Apsara 6 & Television Awards Producers Guild". Bollywood Hungama. Retirado 12 de janeiro de 2011. ^ "As candidaturas para Film Apsara 6 & Television Awards Producers Guild". Bollywood Hungama. Consultado em 7 de janeiro de 2011. ^ "As nomeações para Zee Cine Awards 2011". Bollywood Hungama. Consultado em 7 de janeiro de 2011. [Editar] Ligações externas Trailers oficiais Raavan no Internet Movie Database Raavan no Rotten Tomatoes Raavan no Box Office Mojo Raavan em AllRovi Raavan em Bollywood Hungama [Hide] v t e Mani Ratnam Filmografia Filmes dirigidos 1980 Pallavi Anu Pallavi (1983) Unaru (1985) Pagal Nilavu ​​(1985) Idaya Kovil (1985) Mouna Ragam (1986) Nayagan (1987) Agni Natchathiram (1988) Geethanjali (1989) 1990 Anjali (1990) Thalapathi (1991) Roja (1992) Thiruda Thiruda (1993) Bombay (1995) Iruvar (1997) Dil Se .. (1998) 2000 de Alaipayuthey (2000) Kannathil Muthamittal (2002) Aaytha Ezhuthu (2004) Yuva (2004) Guru (2007) 2010 de Raavan (2010) Raavanan (2010) Kadal (2013) Outros projetos como produtor Chatriyan (1990) AASAI (1995) Nerrukku Ner (1997) Dumm Dumm Dumm (2001) Five Star (2003) como escritor Gaayam (1993) Saathiya (2002) Raavan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the mythological character from the Hindu epic Ramayana, see Ravana. Not to be confused with 2011 Bollywood film Ra.One. Raavan Theatrical release poster Directed by Mani Ratnam Produced by Mani Ratnam Screenplay by Mani Ratnam Story by Valmiki Starring Abhishek Bachchan Aishwarya Rai Vikram Govinda Priyamani Ravi Kishan Nikhil Dwivedi Music by A. R. Rahman Cinematography Santosh Sivan V. Manikandan Editing by Sreekar Prasad Distributed by ShowMan Pictures Madras Talkies BlackMan Pictures Release date(s) 18 June 2010 Running time 139 minutes[1] Country India Language Hindi Budget 30 crore (US$5.46 million)[2] Box office 28.57 crore (US$5.2 million)[3] Raavan is a 2010 Indian thriller film directed, written and produced by Mani Ratnam. It stars Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Vikram in the lead roles while Govinda, Ravi Kishan, Nikhil Dwivedi, Tejaswini Kolhapure and Priyamani feature in key supporting roles. It was simultaneously released in Tamil as Raavanan with a slightly different cast, which would also be dubbed into Telugu[4] and other regional languages. The film's score and soundtrack is composed by A. R. Rahman.[5][6] The film was released on 18 June 2010. The film's premiere was held in London on 16 June 2010.[7] Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Reception 4.1 Critical response 4.2 Box office 5 Soundtrack 5.1 Official track listing 5.2 Additional tracks 5.3 Critical reception 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links [edit]Plot The film opens with shots showing Beera Munda (Abhishek Bachchan), a bandit, jumping off a cliff into the water. His gang is busy distracting the police and a few police vehicles are set ablaze. Ragini Sharma (Aishwarya Rai), on a boating trip, is kidnapped by Beera. Dev Pratap Sharma (Vikram), her husband and a superintendent of police, is informed. A brief montage of shorts showcases the story of Beera. He is seen as a local hero, a sort of Robin Hood - who runs a parallel government, with his brothers - Karthik (Ravi Kishan) and Hari (Ajay Gehi). Though considered a terrorist by the local police, Beera is respected by the villagers. He kidnaps Ragini hoping to avenge the death of his sister Jamuni (Priyamani). Dev and his team enter the forests with the aid of Vijay Kumar (Govinda), a forest guard. Despite searching deep in the forests, Dev is unable to hunt down Beera. Beera eventually tells Ragini the story of his sister's death; Dev had led an encounter against Beera during Jamuni's wedding. Dev's shot grazed Beera in the neck. Beera escaped, but the police captured and serially raped Jamuni, when she refused to reveal Beera's whereabouts. Beera returns home to find Jamuni distraught and traumatized. The next day, she commits suicide by drowning in a nearby well. Unhappy that his brother is preparing for war, Hari convinces Beera to allow Hari to offer a truce to Dev. Dev initially seems to agree, but when Hari comes out in the open, Dev shoots him to death. While riding a train back to their hometown, Dev accuses Ragini of infidelity and informs her that it was Beera who told him so. Furious, Ragini leaves Dev to meet Beera through Karthik. When she does, she asks him what Beera had told Dev. Beera replies that he had said he protected Ragini for all the fourteen days and nothing else. They quickly realize Dev lied, hoping Ragini would lead him to his hideout. Dev appears with a police team and confront the duo. Ragini tries to save Beera, who pushes her out of the line of fire. He is shot multiple times. Ragini's true feelings comes to surface when she tries to save Beera with all her might. Content that Ragini too has feelings for him, Beera falls off the cliff to his death with a smile. [edit]Cast Abhishek Bachchan as Beera Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as Ragini Sharma Vikram as Dev Pratap Sharma Govinda as Vijay Kumar Ravi Kishan as Karthik[8] Priyamani as Jamuni[9] Nikhil Dwivedi as Inspector Hemant[9] Ajay Gehi as Hari[8] [edit]Production Shooting began in athirappilly water falls and the forest nearby the falls.The crew make a huge set at the end of October 2008. During filming, Mani Ratnam became ill which delayed the filming for a few months in 2009.[10] However, the film began its last schedule in August 2009. The film finished filming and went into post production by October 2009.[11] Manikandan was hired as the film's DOP or cinematographer, however he walked out in May 2009 and was replaced by Santosh Sivan.[12][13] This film have numerous action scenes and stunts performed by the actors. The stunts are directed by Mani Ratnam and are choreographed by Peter Hein, who received Filmfare action award for the Hindi version of Ghajini and Anniyan. The Kerala martial art Kalarippayattu is also featured in the film.[14] Dancer Astad Deboo choreographed a passionate chase scene and tandav dance between Abhishek and Aishwarya for the film.[15][16] Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee designed Aishwarya Rai's costumes in the film.[17] Raavan has been shot in numerous locations around India including the forests of Karnataka (Tumkur), Kerala (Athirappilly Falls),[18] Ooty, Jhansi, Kolkata, Mahabaleshwar and in the Malshej Ghats in Maharashtra.[19][20] [edit]Reception [edit]Critical response
Abhishek and Aishwarya at the London premiere Among Indian film critics on the review-aggregation website ReviewGang, the film scored 4.5/10 based on 12 reviews.[21] Baradwaj Rangan of The New Indian Express rated the film 4/5 and said "Raavan falls for Sita (and vice versa) in an intriguingly idiosyncratic take on the Ramayana - if you can get past the lead performances, that is"[22] Rajeev Masand of IBN gave the film 1.5/5 and said, "Despite some eye-watering camerawork and a stunning action piece in the film's climax, the film -- especially its first half -- is a carelessly edited mess of long scenes that make little sense when strung together".[23] Noyon Jyoti Parasara of AOL rated it 2.5/5 and stated " Raavan is more a choreographed musical-cum-psychological drama but without proper character backing. What makes the movie worth watching is the peaks in the second half, of course apart from the imagery."[24] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama rated it 1.5/5 and said, "On the whole, Raavan is a king-sized disappointment, in terms of content".[25] Sukanya Venkatraghavan of Filmfare rated the film 3/5 and said, "Raavan has its moments but it lacks depth. The first half is fairly riveting but the second half slowly slips into a coma".[26] Nikhat Kazmi of Times of India rated it favourably at 3.5/5 saying, "There are enough punches in the second half to keep the momentum going, but by and large, the film scores mostly on art and aesthete".[27] Raja Sen of Rediff rated it 2/5 and said, "Raavan truly and tragically fails us is in taking one of our greatest epics, and making it unforgivably boring".[28] Parimal Rohit of Buzzine Bollywood said, "Raavan is ultimately a clever film, as it pushed the envelope on how one goes about defining who is good and who is evil."[29] Among U.S. and U.K. film critics sampled on the Rotten Tomatoes aggregate site, Raavan rated 64%, with eleven reviews.[30] Cath Clarke of The Guardian gave the film a rating of 2/5 and found it sexist,[31] while New York Post critic Lou Lumenick wrote, "If you're not a fan of Bollywood movies — which have long resisted crossover attempts in this country despite the success of hybrids such as Slumdog Millionaire — Mani Ratnam's action melodrama Raavan probably isn't going to make a convert out of you."[32] However, Frank Lovece of Film Journal International found it a "cracklingly stylish, suspenseful psychological drama" with "a visual sense that evokes David Fincher at his darkest", and admired the dance numbers, "one taking place somewhat naturalistically at a wedding, the other essentially a stunning war dance."[33] The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times likewise gave it positive reviews: Rachel Saltz of the former made it a Times "Critic's Pick" and lauded Ratnam as "a talented visual storyteller who directs action crisply and fills the screen with striking images" including "an eye-popping climactic battle",[34] while Kevin Thomas of the latter said the film "is replete with dizzying camerawork, myriad complications, violent mayhem, broad humor, [the] usual musical interludes, a cliffhanging climactic confrontation and a finish that strikes a note of poignancy."[35] [edit]Box office Raavan opened "below expectations" at the Indian box office, with the Hindi version earning Rs 60 million (Rs 6 crore) on its opening day.[36] and 23.83 crore through its first week.[37] In North America, Raavan opened in 120 theaters and ranked #15 on the domestic weekend box office chart with $482,760. As of 24 June, it had collected $573,314 in this market.[38] The film was declared a flop by Box Office India.[39] [edit]Soundtrack
Main article: Raavan (soundtrack) Raavan Soundtrack album by A. R. Rahman Released 24 April 2010 Recorded Panchathan Record Inn A.M. Studios Chennai, India Genre Feature film soundtrack Length 29:36 Label T-Series Producer A. R. Rahman A. R. Rahman chronology Ye Maaya Chesave (2010) Raavan (2010) Raavanan (2010) The soundtrack for the film is composed by A. R. Rahman with lyrics penned by Gulzar. It features six songs and an additional song that was performed by Rahman at the audio launch. It was released on 24 April 2010 by T-Series. As Raavan became a major anticipated project, following the success of Rahman's previous album, several false rumours about the soundtrack of the film were disseminated to websites and magazines. Many songs claimed to be songs from Raavan, like "Pairon Pe Jannat Hain", "Kaadhale" etc. and another set of fake tracklists were spread through internet. The audio release was scheduled on March 2010[40] but since the release date of the film was changed, the audio release was changed to April last week.[41][42] The tracklist was officially published on 21 April and the music was launched officially on 24 April by Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan.[43] However, CDs were available in some stores on 23 April itself. The soundtrack features 6 songs composed by A. R. Rahman with lyrics penned by Gulzar. During the audio release, an additional track was performed by Rahman, titled "Jaare Ud Jaare", which was not included in the CD. The song was cited to be an "instant composition" by Rahman, "The night before the launch, Rahman closeted himself in his Mumbai studio and worked through the night to compose the song", the source adds. This song is believed to be included in the later stages.[44] The soundtrack also features three more additional songs that were featured in the movie. However the official tracklist have only 6 songs. The soundtrack is especially noted for the use of rich instruments, Indian as well as Middle Eastern. Several new singers are introduced through this film. [edit]Official track listing Track # Song Artist(s) Length Notes 1 "Beera Beera" Vijay Prakash, Mustafa Kutoane 3:15 Additional vocals by Keerthi Sargathia, A. R. Rahman (uncredited) 2 "Behene De" Karthik 6:04 Additional vocals by Mohammad Irfan Ali 3 "Thok De Killi" Sukhwinder Singh, Am'nico 4:58 4 "Ranjha Ranjha" Rekha Bhardwaj, Javed Ali 5:54 Additional vocals by Anuradha Sriram, Lyrics of the opening lines is adapted from Sufi poet Bulleh Shah's "Ranjha Ranjha Kardi" Another version by Ila Arun and Richa Sharma was featured in the movie 5 "Khilli Re" Reena Bhardwaj 4:11 Backing vocals by Dr. Narayanan, Naresh Iyer, M. Kuldeep, Shweta Mohan, Gopika Purnima, Subhiksha, Sri Madhumita 6 "Kata Kata" Ila Arun, Sapna Awasthi, Kunal Ganjawala 5:11 Backing vocals by Suzanne D'Mello, Sujatha Majumdar, Nikitha Nigam, Dilshad Shaikh, R. N. Iyer, Arun Ingle, Chintamani Sohoni, Gowtham Bharadwaj [edit]Additional tracks Track # Song Artist(s) 1 "Yudh Yudh Yudh" Naresh Iyer, Rahul Nambiar, Dr. Narayan, Haricharan 2 "Jaare Ud Jaare" A. R. Rahman, Jali Fily Cissokho 3 "Kora" Jali Fily Cissokho 4 "Mayama (Bulgarian Vox)" Tsvetanka Vanmezova [edit]Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Bollywood Hungama [45] Rediff [46] Planet Bollywood [47] Music Aloud [48] Glamsham [49] The Hindustan Times [50] Apunkachoice [51] IBN Live [52] The soundtrack for the movie has received positive reviews, with most reviewers hailing the album to be one of Rahman's best recent works. The Hindu said, "Raavan is further proof that A.R. Rahman always saves some of his best stuff for old friend Mani Ratnam. There's no escaping Raavan. Or Rahman. They will get you." According to The Times of India, Raavan is an interesting audio track, although Rahman's earlier associations with Mani Ratnam remain unforgettable.[53] A review on Bollywood Hungama said, "There are number of gems in the album, most notably being "Ranjha Ranjha", "Beera Beera" and "Thok De Killi". Go for it, this one is not to be missed as it has Rahman coming up with one of his best soundtracks in recent times."[54] A review by The Hindustan Times said, The trio (Rahman, Gulzar and Mani) has brought out a lethal combination presenting a soundtrack that is fresh, high on energy and in tune with the soul of the movie.[55] Buzzine Bollywood said the soundtrack is one of the best of 2010 "due to its top-shelf talent" and "is a solid balance of powerfully rich instrumentals and beautifully soft melodies."[56] PlanetBollywood.com said, "Raavan is a fascinating and diverse soundtrack that deserves repeated listening to be fully appreciated. Forget anything else this year, you owe it to yourself to discover the music on offer here. There is a lot of experimentation as heard in "Beera" and "Thok Di Killi". Also that experimentation extends to the singers- just check out the amazing talent and fresh faces on show here, most of whom we have never heard before! Elsewhere you will find other reasons to rejoice in the music ("Ranjha Ranjha" and "Behene De") and although arguably it never consistently reaches Rahman’s best (the music doesn't always have multiple layers to peel away), Raavan is still his most varied, folksy and interesting soundtrack in a long while. Mani Ratnam is surely happy and so should you be. A strong contender for soundtrack of the year!"[57] According to Rediff's Sukanya Verma, "A. R. Rahman stays true to the element of Ratnam's vision as there's never any attempt to show off or introduce unnecessary elements. The outcome is exquisite. Or should I say expected."[58] A review by NDTV said, "The album is a musical treat and impresses thoroughly. When Rahman teams up with Gulzar and Mani Ratnam, the result is pure magic.[59] [edit]Awards and nominations 6th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards Won[60] Apsara Award for Best Cinematography - V. Manikandan (shared with Guzaarish) Apsara Award for Best Re-recording - Tapan Nayak Apsara Award for Best Visual Credits - Srinivas Karthik Kotamraju Apsara Award for Best cinematography - Santosh Sivan Nominated[61] Apsara Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role (Female) - Priya Mani 2011 Zee Cine Awards Nominated[62] Best Actor in a Negative Role - Abhishek Bachchan [edit]References
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