Ramanna finds his calling in life through the sacred art of murder as inspired by Raman Raghav, a real serial killer from the 60s. Totally comfortable with his delusions, and informed by his warped philosophy, Ramanna slaughters with conviction. Raghavan is a corrupt cop with one too many issues, indulging in cocaine, MDMA and other countless stimulants in his hunt for Rammana. Little does he know that Rammana is obsessed with him, and his many encounter with the kiiler dictated by Rammana’s own schemes. As they get closer, expect a transformative coupling that leads to a cathartic release of their malevolent desires.
Once again, cult director Anurag Kashyap breaks the expectations of Hindi cinema through stylistic techniques and narrative devices in Psycho Raman, a serial killer thriller unlike others, backed by intense performances and hysterics that never settle.
- Anurag Kashyap (born 1972, in Gorakhpur, India) is one of India’s most prominent filmmakers known for his uncompromising films recognised both commercially and in festival circuits. His debut feature Paanch (2003) was never released due to censorship issues. His films include Black Friday (2004), No Smoking (2007) and Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), which brought him to worldwide acclaim. Psycho Raman is his 12th feature.
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