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Team Rama Rama Re, which received appreciations from celebrities and audiences alike, from day one, was in for a sweet surprise when Kichcha Sudeep watched the film and tweeted about it.
Here's what Kiccha Sudeep tweeted about the most appreciated film of the season, Rama Rama Re.
"#RamaRamaRe ..Innocent,,uncorrupted script.. Simply awesome..Leaves sch a hard punch on th mind,,tat it's still lingering mch after its over"
"#RamaRamaRe superb portrayal of characters by every actor..Everyone has totally lived there role.Applauses to all. Background score rocks."
"#RamaRamaRe .. Really sad tat Jairam,who's played the role of Hangman,passed away bfr th completion of shoot.Amazin actr.. RIP sir..salutes"
The team hopes that these tweets from the biggest star of KFI, will help the movie in retaining good collections and bringing in more audience to the theaters over the week. Collections have been good in multiplexes and decent in the single screens.
Also box office performance of this week is very important for film to retain a decent number of shows for next week in multiplexes, as there are a half dozen big releases from several languages.
Apart from Kichcha Sudeep, Hemanth Rao, who gave KFI yet another proud film Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu earlier this year, joined the bandwagon of celebrities who are in awe of Rama Rama Re.
He posted on his social networking page, "I am writing this to the people who have plans of watching this film or to the audience who are looking for the 'other' kind of kannada films. "
He continued, "Try and catch this film in the theaters in the first week itself, it'll go a long way in keeping the film in the theaters and more importantly in the larger context allow for such films to get made. Its a film made with a lot of honesty and sincerity."