R… Rajkumar (earlier known as Rambo Rajkumar) is a 2013 Bollywood action-masala film directed by Prabhu Deva and written by Shiraz Ahmed. Produced by Viki Rajani and Sunil Lulla, the film stars Shahid Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles. Srihari who played Ajit Taaka in the movie died in Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai, aged 49, after suffering from a liver ailment.
Directed by Prabhu Deva Produced by Viki Rajani , Sunil Lulla Written by Shiraz Ahmed (dialogues) Screenplay by Prabhu Dheva , Sunil Agarwal , Ravi S Sundaram Story by Prabhu Deva Starring Shahid Kapoor , Sonakshi Sinha , Sonu Sood Music by Pritam , Sandeep Chowta (background score) Cinematography Mohana Krishna Editing by Ballu Saluja Studio Next Gen Films Distributed by Eros International
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He rips, he roars, he rages. He rides roughshod. Like a lovelorn ‘Rambo’, he rolls his ‘R’s. He’s the riotous R… Rajkumar (R for Romeo! ). Once again, a rebellious and raving hero jumps out of Prabhu Dheva’s story – loaded with gaon-full of goons, buffoons, ‘item’ chhoris, less ‘silence’ and unstoppable violence. ‘RR’ (Shahid) lands in Dhartipur, with his heart on his colourful sleeve, double power in his muscles and bravado in his bones. Flaunting his mawaligiri and ‘maar’daangi with equal gusto. One quick encounter with desi beauty Chanda (Sonakshi) and his dil is ‘attached’ to her for eternity. He woos her aggressively (lovingly calls her Lollipop! ), even turns Action Jackson for her, ‘breaking a few legs’ and tons of bottles. She’s no less a razor-tongue firebrand and hard-to-get girl, albeit briefly.
Some gandi baat, chummas, and ‘sari falling’ scenes later (nothing scandalous! ) she melts, and their love story seems complete. Not really! The gaon is infamous for two warring drug dons, Shivraj (Sood) and Parmar (Vidyarthi). ‘RR’ joins Shivraj and becomes his lead henchman, but soon realizes that Lollipop is Parmar’s niece. More trouble ensues’ it turns into a ‘sarry affair’ (everyone seems to fight for a yard of Chanda’s sari! ) and ‘RR’ has no choice but to become the new posterboy of the now stereotyped, violent, angry, young man.