Be aware that the Self Realization that Ramana talks about is not the same as that Nisargadatta talks about. Ramana talks about the One Self, the source, but also the manifest. The same as when I mention the unity of the divine and personal self. The One manifests through the body/mind, but one's attention is always of that magnificent sentience within.
Maharaj talks about that which is beyond Consciousness, the witness, the unborn unmanifest. That is why Robert Adams disagreed with Nisargadatta, saying "He added stuff" to Robert's more pure Advaita.
But anyway, watch the film and feel Ramana. You can feel yourself.