Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela

Synopsis: Modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' with an Indian twist, the film focuses on the story of Ram and Leela, their love, lust and the drama afterwards.
Production: Eros International
  29 wins & 90 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
150 min


This place is

unbelievable Bhaveshbhai,

you won't see such

a place anywhere in India.

The shops are openly selling weapons.

As a matter of fact women

and children are also carrying guns.

You would've been

shocked to see this sight.

I am seeing a market full

of weapons for the first time.

Oh Bapu, welcomemwelcome.

Please come to my shop!

I assure you, you will not find this

quality of guns anywhere in India.

I will call you later.

Don't worry about the price

just come, comemcome Bapu.

Look at this one Bapu, all these

guns have been made here itself.

...hand-made...world famous

in the whole of Ranjaar.

This is a Russian Kalashnikov right?

This is a Rajanikov Bapu,

not a Kalashnikov.

It's not a gun if it

is not made by a Rajadi.

You sell these guns openly...

...aren't you worried

the Police might catch you?

Who cares about the Police...

Bapu the fact is, guns rule

this land. What choice do we have?

There are enemies across the border

and enemies across the street as well.

There are enemies over there as well?

Yes those bloody Saneras...

Forget about them Bapu,

try the range of this gun.

This one goes straight for the enemy.

These bloody Rajadis, they

are acting way too smart today...

Hey everybody, listen up...

These Rajadis are bloody useless...

...they should remove their

beards and wear a dress...

Did you see Bapu,

anything we do, they retaliate.

Looks like an old grudge.

There are only three cuss words...

which we Rahrfis know,

SanerauSanaramand Samara...

Son of a gun!

These Rajadis are

way out of line today.

Looks like they have

forgotten our last brawl.

These beggars need another

dose of imported bullets.

Hey...hey...how dare you

take a piss here you idiot.

You better gel out of here

or I will break your head you rascal.

It's my terrace I am pissing from,

I can't help where it falls what's

your problem you bloody Sanera!

You piece of filthmbloody Rajadi!


Wait you mongrel! Rajadi!

I will wipeout the

entire Rajadi clan today.


Hey you...bloody m!


Brother don't stress.

This is an everyday

affair in our neighborhood.

What are you talking about...

...he just shot at a kid!?

That kid is our clan

leader's grandson.

Today the bullets were

rained on Goli(Bullet) as well.

You are fortunate as

there will be a huge brawl...

"between the Rajadis and Saneras.

So which one do you want?

- Bloody hell...

You hit a customer!

Bloody, slimy Sanera!

It's a brawl!

Bloody SanerasH



Those bloody dogs fired at Goli. The

situation is getting out of control!

Bapu...he shot at

me...that too 4 times.



Come on!

Come on!

Let's fix them!

People are just randomly

firing at each other,

this is absolutely shocking...

Bhavesh bhai!

Move! Move!



Why will Ram be at home at this hour?

Kasai Bhabhi,

a he has broken hose...

...Meghjibhai has gone

alone to fight the enemy.

Maa, Uncle Ram should

also be with father!

Ram is the only one who

believes in peace and love.

But these people

won't even spare him.

You can find Ram at his

usual hangout, Hanuman Lane...

"A swing in his walk."

"The twinkle in his eyes."

"And his usual mischief."

"Watch him win hearts."

"A swing in his walk."

"The twinkle in his eyes."

"And his usual mischief."

"Watch him win hearts."

"Watch him walk and protect,

watch his bravery."

"Watch it...watch it..."

"He has a brave and lovely heart."

"He has a brave and lovely heart."

"And a sharp tongue.

Watch him throwing tantrums."

"Look at everything in depth,

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Gujarati: [ˈsəndʒeː ˈlilɑ ˈbʱəɳs̪ɑli]; born 24 February 1963) is an Indian film director, producer, screenwriter, and music director. One of the most successful filmmakers in Indian cinema, Bhansali is the recipient of several awards, including four National Film Awards and ten Filmfare Awards. In 2015, the Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award. Bhansali made his directorial debut with Khamoshi: The Musical (1996), for which he received the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Film. He rose to prominence in Indian cinema with the commercially successful and widely acclaimed romantic drama Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999), the romantic drama Devdas (2002) — which received nomination for the Best Foreign Film at British Academy of Film & Television Awards (BAFTA) — and the drama Black (2005), for all of which he received multiple Best Director Awards and Best Film Awards along with additional Critics Award for Best Film for the latter at Filmfare Awards, and multiple National Film Awards for the latter two. However, he followed it by directing consecutive commercially flop films such as Saawariya (2007) and Guzaarish (2010), however, Guzaarish received positive reviews from critics and audiences. This changed with his adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet — the tragic romance Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013) — opened to positive reviews and strong box office collections, for which he received several awards and nominations. His home production biographical sports film Mary Kom (2014), had him receive his third National Film Award. His period dramas Bajirao Mastani (2015) and Padmaavat (2018) rank among the highest-grossing Indian films of all time. For the former, he won the National Film Award for Best Direction, as well as Best Director and Best Film Awards at Filmfare. He is an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India. He is the founder of the production house Bhansali Productions. Bhansali has adopted the middle name "Leela" as a tribute to his mother, more…

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