Ranam, the highly anticipated film of Prithviraj, is out in the theatres today (September 06, 2018). The film, which has been directed by Nirmal Sahadev, has definitely struck the right chords as far as the pre-release promotions are concerned and as a result, the audiences have been eager to catch the movie from the big screens. Meanwhile, it is after a short gap that a big Malayalam movie is making it to the theatres and Ranam is expected to give the audiences a big treat.
Apart from Prithviraj, Ranam also features popular actor Rahman in an important role. The star cast of the movie also comprises of actors like Isha Talwar, Nandu, Ashwin Kumar, etc. Ranam has been shot in the US and going by the trailer and teaser, it seems like Ranam has something really special to offer for the Malayalam film audiences. The first shows of Ranam are expected to have begun and let us see what the Twitteratis have got to say about the movie.
Tweet Regarding The First Half
Here is an interval report regarding the first half of Ranam. Going by the tweet, the first half of the film is indeed a good one with some powerful performances from the lead actors.
Another Good Report
Here is another tweet in connection with the first half of the film. According to the tweet, Ranam's first half is a superb one with the stylish film-making fetching big praises.
Great Reports Continue To Come In
Well, it seems like the first half of the movie is indeed a superb one. The above tweet regarding the first half of the movie has praises for the direction, camera, songs & BGM.
Here is another tweet regarding the first half of Ranam. The tweet suggests that the initial average is not upto the mark but praises are there for the acting, BGM, locations and costumes.
A Perfect Film?
The above tweet in connection with Ranam has praoises Prithviraj and Rahaman's performances and the making style of Nirmal Sahadev, the director.
Here is another positive report regarding Ranam. According to the tweet, Ranam has a brilliant making. There are praises for the performances of Prithviraj and Rahman.