‘Ramayana’ to be seen in theaters; With a budget of Rs 300 crore, who will play the role of Rama? | National

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Filmmaker Madhu Mantena has announced the release of ‘Ramayana’.

Mumbai, January 29: In India, many TV serials and films have been filmed on the Ramayana. You may remember that in the 90’s, when the series ‘Ramayana’ was aired on TV, the roads in the village used to get wet. All the streets and alleys came together and enjoyed watching this series. From this, one can guess how popular the series was. Against the backdrop of the success of the ‘Ramayana’ series on the small screen, Bollywood’s big budget movie Ramayana on this subject is coming soon.

Filmmaker Madhu Mantena will be producing the film and the cast for the lead roles in the film has also been finalized. The film stars Bollywood’s leading actress Deepika Padukone and action hero Hrithik Roshan. The budget of the film is said to be Rs 300 crore. So one can only imagine what this movie will be like. Deepika Padukone will play the role of Sita and Hrithik Roshan will play the role of Rama.

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Nitish Tiwari will direct Madhu Mentana’s ‘Ramayana’. Nitish Tiwari has previously directed Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’ and ‘Chhichore’ starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor. This will be Madhu Mentana’s dream project. According to reports, the film will be shot in 3D. Work on the film has also started.

In fact, the subject of Ramayana is connected with the feelings of many people. So even a mistake made in this film can be very costly. For this, the filmmakers have formed a committee of some experts. The committee will be responsible for the research related to this film. The Ramayana is a very large religious text, so it is challenging to deal with the subject in a three-hour film. Therefore, the film will be screened on the big screen in two parts, said Madhu Mentana.

Published by:News18 Desk

First published:January 29, 2021 7:30 PM IS




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