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Times of India
Rahul's (Manish Paul) work entails his family, comprising wife Priya (Pooja Thakur) and son Aayush, to move to Mathura. The decision changes their life forever as local goon and younger brother of an MLA, Raghav Singh (Ravi Kishan) gets obsessed with Priya and wishes to marry her. When she refuses, he threatens to harm her family.
Bearing an uncanny resemblance to Hollywood psychological thriller Straw Dogs, Ranbanka shows how a common man, rendered spineless by the corrupt system, is forced to resort to violence to protect his family.
Rahul takes every legitimate step to fight Raghav but when that fails, he is provoked to hit back at his bully himself.
What could have been a decent revenge drama gets marred by uninspiring (hero) and over-dramatic (heroine and the villain) acting. Ravi Kishan's devilish slowmo laughter is too repetitive to be scary, funny man Manish seems too uninterested and uninvolved to matter and Thakur plays the cliched damsel in distress, who sobs throughout. In her defence, she tries at least.
The background score is unintentionally funny and songs are unnecessary. A Holi celebration scene in Mathura has some five people dancing.
The Dabangg-esque climax is predictable but probably the most effective sequence in this formulaic film.
Director of the film, Aryeman Ramsay, started off his career as an actor and has appeared in films like 'Saugandh', 'Family: Ties Of Blood' and 'Riyasat'.
The film marks the Bollywood debut of Pooja Thakur.
Ranbanka, starring Manish Paul and Ravi Kishan, failed to work at the box office.