Ramaleela teaser OUT and Dileep looks intense in the political thriller- Watch video

The teaser of Ramaleela starring Malayalam actor Dileep is out and it look intense and full of power packed performances

The teaser of the much awaited film Ramaleela starrig Malayalam actor Dileep is out. In the film, Dileep essays the titular role of a MLA named Ramanunni. The 29-second long teaser starts with a face-off between Vijayaraghavan and Dileep. Going by the threatening dialogue delivered to Dileep, he is portraying a character with negative shades in the film.

But the real take away with the Ramaleela teaser is shown at the end of the teaser where Dileep says ‘Those who really care for their lives don’t dare to come near to me’. Also, it’s good to see Dileep in a refreshing role after a series of non-stop no-brainer comedies.

Ramaleela marks the directorial debut of Arun Gopy, who had earlier worked as assistant director for films like Shyam and Ithu Thanda Police. It is produced by Tomichan Mulakkupadam who has given all-time Malayalam blockbuster Pulimurugan, under his home banner Mulakkupadam Films.

Also read: Ramaleela first look: Actor Dileep looks menacing in Arun Gopy’s directorial debut

The film also marks the Mollywood comeback of Raadhika Sarath Kumar after a gap of 24-years. Her last Malayalam outing, IV Sashi was released in 1993. The veteran actress will be seen portraying the role of Dileep’s mother in the film.

Ramaleela stars Prayaga Martin in the female lead and Siddique, Major Ravi, Chemban Vinod Jose, Lal and Suresh Krishna in pivotal roles. The film is scheduled to hit the screens on July 7.

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