Here’s what made Ramanna, the psychotic killer who creeped the streets of Mumbai an iconic villain

Smrithi Mohan
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Check out the crazy, psychotic serial killer Ramanna and how Nawaz yet again managed to make it to our list of iconic villains.

Bollywood’s list of villains has grown with so much diversity that our experience of watching a movie has double over the years. These characters not only add jazz to the story but also drive us to the theatres. With cinema in India changing in the way it is presented with efforts being made towards quality performances, there have been a number of artists who have received love from the audience. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one new-age actor who has changed the course of Bollywood and Hindi cinema. Among his numerous roles that are appreciated and sung praise off, Ramanna from Raman Raghavan 2.0 shines bright like a diamond.

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Ramanna, Mumbai's psycho serial killer. The one who made every empty street scary in the times when Mumbai dazzled with its nightclubs and disco bars. In such times, a serial killer walked on murdering poor and miserable people for no apparent reason in the same manner with a hard object. Anurag Kashyap who is known for his gritty and real-life storylines took it to his hands to talk about the serial killer. Raman, in the movie, is a strange and crazy killer who has a weird obsession with a sub-inspector that the audiences are made aware of at the end of the movie. An equal to evil his bare minimum expressions and strange stories can easily creep anyone out.

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What we expect of Nawaz, he manages to surpass. Raman Raghavan was one such character performance by Nawaz that left us with chills and respect for him as an actor. The scene of him being locked up in a room, shouting at the world outside crying his needs is an art and depiction of excellence as an actor. The actor needs no description when it comes to his work. He has proved time and again with his incredible acting, making us want to watch him on the screen.

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Here are some of the dialogues by Ramanna:

Apun Ko Lagta Hai, Apun Aapko Aapse Jyada Pehchanta Hai..

Mere Ko Pehle Pata Hota Idhar Koi Nahin Rehta.. To Apun Idhar Hin Aa Jata Sone Ko…

Ek Cigarette Hai Mere Paas, Jalane Ko Machis Nahin Hai…

Tere Ko Pakka Pata Hai, Tera Hi Beta Hai Yeh??? Mere Behen Ka Koi Thikana Nahin Hai. Kisi Ka Bhi Ho Sakta Hai…

Apun To Maarta Hai Marne Ke Liye…

Aapun To Kya Hai Na Saahab Paida Hi Nishachar Hua Hai, Apun Ka Baap Aapun Ko Lomdi Bulata Tha… Bolta Tha Raat Mein Mere Aankh Chamakne Lagte Hain…

Kya Naam Hai Tera? Paaket. Chota Hai Na, Toh Paaket. Koi Puchega, Kaeko Mara Tujhe..

Toh Main Bolunga Apun Ne Toh Packet Mara Bas…

Police Ka Kaam Hai Bhagwaan Ki Galti Ko Dur Karna…

Itni Tameez Dikhayega To Bukhaar Ho Jayega…

Bade Police Wale Ke Aankh Mein Aankh Dalke Bat Karne Ka Maza Zabarzast Hota Hai..

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