We often grumble that we don't make films targeted at kids unlike the West where this genre has cut across barriers and reached out to not only kids, but also teens and adults. Ramaa - The Saviour tries to go into a zone where no Hindi film has visited in the past: Video gaming.
But a terrific idea is no guarantee for a terrific film. Everything depends on how gripping and absorbing the screenplay is and how deftly the director executes the subject material. Ramaa - The Saviour has some attention-grabbing moments, but they are few and far between.
It's a story of six kids - Rohan, Riddhi, Kunal, Komal, Sameer and Saanjh. The kids play a newly launched video game - The Last Battle - and while playing the game, they suddenly find themselves on an isolated island. The children, while exploring the island, run into trouble. Riddhi is attacked by a giant, Vali [Khali], but is rescued by Ramaa [Sahil Khan], who lives in this jungle all alone. Danger arrives in the form of a boat commanded by Kali with a small army of mercenaries and a scientist-assistant Samara [Tanushree Dutta]. The rest of the tale depicts the fight between the good and the evil.