While the current situation of Covid 19 has caused an impermanent conclusion on theaters, a few exchange savants accept that enormous Bollywood movies that are made for a big-screen experience will before long be prepared for something similar, beginning in the not-so-distant future. A few mega-planned fanciful dramatizations are being conceptualized and put on the floors right now. There's Om Raut's Adipurush, in light of Ramayana featuring Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan and Kriti Sanon, and there's likewise Draupadi featuring Deepika Padukone. Clearly, Deepika, Hrithik Roshan and Mahesh Babu will likewise be found in another retelling of the Ramayana.
However, that is not all. The epic will likewise see a third sprinter - a film that is being composed and conceptualized by Baahubali essayist KV Vijayendra Prasad. What makes this Ramayana unique? It will be told from Ma Sita's point of view and consequently, has been named Sita. While Kareena Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are in conflict for the nominal job, we have heard something considerably really intriguing at this point.
A source affirms a new turn of events and offers, "Sita will be mounted for an immense scope and the greatness of the film will be pretty much as large as a Baahubali. While it's a shot in the dark among Kareena and Alia for the primary job, the producers (chief Alaukik Desai) have moved toward Ranveer Singh to play Ravana. Indeed, if this occurs, it very well may be the first forever film that Ranveer and Kareena will do together. They should do Ram Leela yet it didn't work out. From what we know, both Bebo and Ranveer have cherished their parts and are trusting that the last portrayal will give approval to the undertaking."
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