Ramaiya Vastavaiya

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Ramaiya Vastavaiya
R Vasta Vaiya.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Prabhu Deva
Produced by Kumar Taurani
Written by Shiraz Ahmed
(dialogues)
Screenplay by M. S. Raju
(Original Screenplay)
Shiraz Ahmed
(Adapted Screenplay)
Story by Veeru Potla
Based on Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana
by Paruchuri Brothers
Starring Girish Kumar
Shruti Haasan
Sonu Sood
Music by Songs:
Sachin-Jigar
Background Score
Sandeep Shirodkar
Cinematography Kiran Deohans
Edited by Hemal Kothari
Production
company
Distributed by Tips Films
Release date
  • 19 July 2013 (2013-07-19)
Running time
148 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Ramaiya Vastavaiya (English: Ramayya will come) is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language action romantic comedy-drama film directed by Prabhudheva and produced by Kumar S. Taurani, under Tips. Film stars debutant Girish Kumar alongside Shruti Haasan in lead roles. It is a remake of the Telugu film Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005), starring Siddharth and Trisha Krishnan. The theatrical trailer of Ramaiya Vastavaiya was uploaded on 25 April 2013, whilst the film released on 19 July 2013.

Plot[edit]

Ram (Girish Kumar) is a rich, city boy, born to billionaire parents and brought up in Australia. On the other hand, Sona (Shruti Hassan) is a traditional, simple desi girl from Punjab who is brought up by her only brother, Raghuveer (Sonu Sood). He is heartbroken when their father marries another woman and throws them out of the house, humiliating them on the way. Their mother dies and her tomb is built on the small land which they own until the zamindar tells them that it is his land, since their mother had taken a loan from the man. Raghuveer volunteers to work day and night, to pay off the loan as long as they don't tear down his mother's tomb. The Zamindar agrees and the local station master helps them. Slowly Raghuveer and Sona grow up. One day, Riya, Sona's best friend, comes to their house to invite Sona to their house as she is getting married. Riya's cousin, Ram also arrives on the same day with his mother, Ashwini (Poonam Dhillon).

Slowly Ram and Sona fall in love but Ram's mother does not bear it as Sona is not as rich as them, and is thus not to their standards; Ram is also to be married to Ashwini's brother's business partner's daughter, Dolly. Ashwini humiliates Sona as well as Raghuveer, who arrives a minute before, and both are thrown of the house after Ashwini accuses them of trying to entice and trap Ram. When Ram learns of this, he goes to Sona's house and pleads to her brother to accept him. Raghuveer gives him a chance, just like he was given a chance by the Zamindar when he was little. Ram is tasked to take care of the cows, clean up after them and grow more crops than Raghuveer by the end of the season; if he does not, Ram will be thrown out of the village and can never see Sona again. The Zamindar and his son is not happy as the Zamindar's son wanted to marry Sona. With them and Dolly and her father trying to get Ram to lose the competition, Ram has to work hard for his love, eating red chillies and rice everyday, even though he can't bear it. Through many antics from the Zamindar's side and Dolly's side, Ram eventually proves his love for Sona to Raghuveer, and succeeds in growing more grains. However, Zamindar & his son kidnap Sona and then later tries to rape her. Ram kills the Rao and Zamindar's son, Raghuveer Brutally beats Jayprakash and Zamindar . Raghuveer, after realizing that Ram and Sona should be together, takes the blame for this and spends 7 years in prison. The movie ends with Raghuveer's release from prison which is also when Sona and Ram get married, in everyone's presence. Ashwini then accepts Sona to be her daughter-in-law.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The filming began on 1 August 2012 in Mumbai. The film had also completed a schedule in Himachal Pradesh.[1] It had been announced that the film would be a remake of director Prabhu Deva's Telugu directorial debut Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana.

Character map and remakes[edit]

Characters in Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana and its adaptations
Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005) Something Something... Unakkum Enakkum (2006) Neenello Naanalle (2006) I Love You (2007) Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei (2009) Nissash Amar Tumi (2010) Ramaiya Vastavaiya (2014)
Telugu Tamil Kannada Bengali (Indian) Odia Bengali (Bangladeshi) Hindi
Sivarama Krishna
(Srihari)
Muthupandi
(Prabhu)
Veera
(Vishnuvardhan)
Indra
(Tapas Paul)

(Siddhanta Mahapatra)
Mohammod Ali
(Misha Sawdagor)
Raghuveer
(Sonu Sood)
Santosh
(Siddharth)
Santhosh
(Jayam Ravi)
Santhosh
(Anirudh)
Rahul
(Dev)

(Anubhav Mohanty)
Hridoy
(Shakib Khan)
Ram
(Girish Kumar)
Siri
(Trisha)
Kavitha
(Trisha)
Siri
(Rakshita)
Pooja
(Payel Sarkar)

(Barsha Priyadarshini)
Aasha
(Apu Biswas)
Sona
(Shruti Haasan)

Soundtrack[edit]

Ramaiya Vastavaiya
Soundtrack album by Sachin - Jigar
Released 19 July 2013
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Tips Industries Limited
Producer Kumar Taurani
Sachin - Jigar chronology
Go Goa Gone
(2013)Go Goa Gone2013
Ramaiya Vastavaiya
(2013)
Issaq
(2013)Issaq2013

The first song promo of the film was released on 10 May 2013, under the title of "Jeene Laga Hoon", sung by Atif Aslam and Shreya Ghoshal. The song was uploaded on the Tips Music Films YouTube and channel (tipsmusic) and crossed over 20 million views on YouTube, whilst the full soundtrack released on 15 May 2013. Jeene Laga Hoon was the second biggest hit of 2013 after Tum Hi Ho. All songs of this album are composed by Sachin - Jigar.

The film score is composed by Sandeep Shirodkar.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Jeene Laga Hoon" Atif Aslam, Shreya Ghoshal 3:57
2. "Hip Hop Pammi" Mika Singh, Monali Thakur 3:40
3. "Bairiyaa" Atif Aslam, Shreya Ghoshal 4:08
4. "Peecha Chhute" Mohit Chauhan 3:47
5. "Rang Jo Lagyo" Atif Aslam, Shreya Ghoshal 4:56
6. "Jadoo Ki Jhappi" Neha Kakkar, Mika Singh 3:37
7. "Jadoo Ki Jhappi (Reprise)" Mika Singh, Neha Kakkar 2:11
Total length: 26:00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prabhu Dheva's next goes on floor". Bollywoodhungama. 2 August. Retrieved 2 August 2012.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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