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Ra.OneA video game designer creates the ultimate villain for a game and accidentally allows it to become self-aware. The villain then escapes from the virtual world to enter the real world with aim is to kill the designer's son and the only player to have challenged his power.
Actors of "Ra.One"
Characters of "Ra.One"
Directors of "Ra.One"Anubhav SinhaBirthdate: 22 June 1965, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Creators of "Ra.One"David BenulloKanika Dhillon
Critic Reviews of "Ra.One"Time OutJanuary 22, 2013
'King Khan' holds it all together.VarietyJanuary 22, 2013
Much of the film is marked by a sense of dead air, owing to the fact that there's not a lot of story, but nevertheless, per Bollywood conventions, a lot of time to fill.Globe and MailOctober 28, 2011
The film is as cheesy as it sounds.New York Daily NewsOctober 28, 2011
The movie has a witty sense of punky, gaming-style esthetics that American blockbusters try for but can't quite achieve.Salon.comOctober 27, 2011
It never feels cynically niche-marketed or fundamentally bored with itself, the way so many big-budget American movies do.Los Angeles TimesOctober 27, 2011
Anubhav Sinha's exhilarating fantasy "Ra.One" is Bollywood at its best.Georgia StraightApril 13, 2015
Though the film does provide a lovely collage of shiny computer graphics, its narrative power doesn't quite keep you in the game.Hindustan TimesApril 13, 2015
Everything appears so visibly constructed and all over the place that you gape at the wires, rather than blend in with the experience.The PlaylistApril 13, 2015
Surely the film will be a success in its native land and will rake in significant bucks around the world (it's opening in a record-setting 5,000 theaters worldwide) -- whether that qualifies it as "good" is debatable.TheMovieReport.comFebruary 04, 2012
So incredibly, enjoyably (and very much in-on-the-joke) bonkers that even the most rigidly-minded West-reared viewer will find it hard to resist.sbs.com.auNovember 04, 2011
A beautiful, preposterous slab of star-driven Bollywood fantasy, Anubhav Sinha's Ra.One hits all the right buttons and does so with gusto.Birmingham MailNovember 04, 2011
Despite a wafer-thin plot, director Sinha engages his audience with an abundance of graphics and VFX special effects.
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