Written November 01, 2011
I saw the movie yesterday. Awesome movie. It was a complete entertainer from the start up till the last 15-20 minutes. Those last few minutes were not understandable. The ending was too sudden. RA. ONE died too easily and without any suspense. The comedy was original and not typical Bollywood. The dialogues were well written. The songs and background music were out of this world. The acting from even the smallest character was perfectly Done. The action and video game scenes were too good to be true. I will give this movie 4.5 stars out of 5. I am taking 1/2 star out because of the ending. I RECOMMEND EVERYONE TO WATCH THIS MOVIE ( Bache, Buddhe, Aur Jawaan)
Written October 28, 2011
This is an action packed masala entertainer. Has everything to offer, action, comedy, emotions. I found the movie average. Some might enjoy it and some wont. But definitely a must see for all die-hard SRK fans.
I liked the action and the VFX. Something that will match up to Hollywood movies.
I am sure most people know the story. The plot is interesting at certain places and seems to loose its pace especially in the post interval portions. But that is the problem with today's movies, they have all the grandiosity but lack in content and soul. But it is not as bad when you compare it with the worst.
I did not watch it in 3D but overall an average entertainer for the festive season. I do not regret spending my money on the tickets nor did I come out with the satisfaction of 100% paisa vasool.
Written October 27, 2011
The movie was interesting at all times. Songs were very good too esp for the young- it's akon afterall. It was a little fast paced at times but pretty fast and diff from usual srk movies..
Written June 19, 2012
"RA ONE" is the most expensive movie in Bollywood history. Starring Bollywood icons: Shah Rukh Khan, Arjun Rampal, Kareena Kapoor; based on the Ramayana epic. "Ravana" is the villain, the demon-king of Lanka, vanquished at the conclusion.
This supercilious mimicry of the beautiful Ramayana revolves around the creation of a video game where evil (aka "Ra") remains undefeated; predictably, like Frankenstein, he becomes a life-force (Rampal), searching for his arch- enemy "Lucifer", the moniker for the ten- year- old son of the game- creator (Khan). The film is a vehicle for the rhythmical, undulating abs of Rampal, Kapoor, and Khan; the only successful arena in almost three hours of digitalization. "Ra One" and its inane scenario kept sleep at bay minutes longer than "In Time" and earns...
ONE & 1/2 STARS!!