Ram: Born in the land of guns, goons and hardcore enmity, RAM – the local village romeo, is a raapchik, cheap, dramatic vagabond. The lover who fights the whole world for his Leela and yet the man who stands by his clan even at the cost of his own love
Leela: In love with her enemy, a beautiful, young, spicy, fearless gujrati belle, born to an underworld mistress and yet far removed from the violence that surrounds her. Her life is only about her faith in her lover , her tireless wait for him, her sacrifices for him and ultimately her’self’ against him.
When the two see each other for the first time, worlds collide, wars are fought and destinies are written in blood, forever. The Jadejas and the Rabaris are sworn enemies since the past 500 years and their own kin falling in love with each other is worst than any storm that could have ever come by. Set in the present day, magnificent vibrant landscape of Gujarat, woven with song and dance, Ram and Leela fight the world to live their own dreams. What will happen when they declare their love to the world? Will their families relent or will Ram and Leela carve their own destiny?
What makes Bollywood movies that open in movie theaters in the United States so special is that they make a boatload of money. It is not uncommon for each movie from Eros, the Bollywood distributor, to earn well over $1 million in the United States, while in limited release. Each Bollywood movie clocks in at nearly three hours but the many Indians who live in America flock to theaters playing Bollywood movies in the United States.
Hardly any U.S. movie websites even cover the releases of any Bollywood movie opening in the United States, even though they each earn well over $1 million.