Who are the actors in Rangeela?
Rangeela (transl. ‘Colourful’) is a 1995 Indian Hindi -language romantic comedy film written, directed and produced by Ram Gopal Varma. It stars Aamir Khan, Urmila Matondkar and Jackie Shroff.
Why did Aamir Khan stop attending Filmfare Awards after Rangeela?
— Sumitra (corrected by Sonia) It was after the release of Rangeela that Aamir Khan stopped attending Filmfare Awards. He had become upset that he did not win, or even be nominated for, the 1995 Best Actor award for his performance in the film.
Why is Urmila Matondkar called Rangeeli?
The name ‘Rangeela’ was based on the character of Munna by Aamir Khan. But it was Urmila Matondkar who became synonymous after the success of the film. She would often be termed by the media as ‘Rangeeli’ in publications and in popular culture. Urmila Matondkar inspired Ram Gopal Verma to make a dance and music-based love story.
Why is Rangeela so special to Ram Gopal Verma?
Ram gopal verma has changed his genre often from love triangle, crime, horror and documentary but Rangeela has a special place among them. Urmila was seduction personified, she danced live a swan while great styling and cinematography added to the charm.
Who choreographed the songs in the movie Rangeela?
Rangeela Re – The first song shot for this film, “Tanha Tanha”, was choreographed by Saroj Khan. Ram Gopal Varma was not happy with the dance moves in the song and wanted something more modern. He, therefore, had the rest of the songs in the film choreographed by the debutant, Ahmed Khan.
What made Rangeela so successful at box office?
The choreography of Rangeela also deserves a special mention. The amazing dance sequences led by choreographers Ahmed Khan and Saroj Khan were considered classic and appealing. Rangeela’s music was also highly successful that helped the film to achieve victory at the box office.
Who is the real Rangeeli?
The name ‘Rangeela’ was based on the character of Munna by Aamir Khan. But it was Urmila Matondkar who became synonymous after the success of the film. She would often be termed by the media as ‘Rangeeli’ in publications and in popular culture.