Movie : Raama Sama Bama
Cast : Ramesh Aravind, Kamal Hassan, Urvashi, Shruthi, Daisy Bopanna, Dattanna
Year : 2005
Music : Gurukiran
Cinematography : P.K.H. Das
Direction : Rmesh Aravind
Producer : K. Manju
Genre : Comedy
- Anamorphic Widescreen Enhanced (16:9) DVD
- English Subtitles
- Dolby? Digital 5.1 Surround
- DVD Text
- Jacket Picture
- NTSC - All Regions
- Interactive Menus of Songs & Scenes for Easy Access
A strict warning for all viewers of Raama Shama Bhama - make sure to be equipped to tie yourself to the seat. Don't blame the film if you fall off your chair laughing! It would certainly be an underestimate if we say Rama Shama Bhama is a rib-tickler. Calling it as a laugh riot is like putting it placidly. To put it straight, Rama Shama Bhama is a comic caper with laughter and entertainment unlimited. It surpasses all your expectations - we assure you!
Rama Shama Bhama is one of the best comic capers to hit the screens in recent times of Indian cinema. The film deeds the same path as its original 'Sati Leelavathi', but the difference lies in the fact that Rama Shama Bhama is a step ahead in terms of content, sequences and performances.
It's all about the escapades of a flirt Rama to enjoy the best of both world - his wife Bhama and family on one side and his mistress on the other side. In-between is his friend Shama, a gynecologist who is a troublemaker and also a lifesaver! In a nutshell, it's just laughter laughter and laughter unlimited.
Film starts off with the cartoonist Rama desperately searching for his sketch and his ingenuous wife Bhama coolly using that paper to wipe the coffee spilled on his desk!
Rama Shama Bhama is, without doubt, one of Ramesh's finest efforts as an actor. Laughter is the most difficult emotion to capture on celluloid but Ramesh does that with style- not only as an actor but also as a director. His selection of technicians - for camera to dialogues to music, they are so apt, it surely envies his contenders. And so are the star casts - from Kamal Hassan to Urvashi to Shruti to Daisy to Dattanna? what an awesome team it is?
Kamal Hassan's performance is one of the mainstays of the film and surely brings in the repeat viewers. Shruthi plays her part beautifully and so is Urvashi. Shruti is the sober type, the typical dumb woman while Urvashi is competent and does her part well. Dattanna is excellent as a supporting character.
Rama Shama Bhama is a thoroughly enjoyable family entertainer not just as a comic caper, but also for its cleanliness and superb dialogues.