Nitesh Tiwari, the director of Bawaal, has been wanting to adapt Ramayan for the big screen. According to prior rumors, Hrithik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor were in talks to play Raavan and Ram, respectively, in the movie. As it turns out, Hrithik declined the offer because he did not want to follow Vikram Vedha by playing another negative role.
According to rumors, Yash, the star of KGF, has been chosen for the part by producer Madhu Mantena and director Nitesh Tiwari. Ramayan is one of the 4-5 prospective screenplays that Yash has been reading, according to Pinkvilla.
The producer-director team had already declared their intent to translate the Indian classic Ramayana for a global audience in 2019. One of the most ambitious projects in Indian film, so the rumor goes. Ranbir has expressed interest in the project, but he has not yet committed.
Yash is well-recognized, for his role as Rocky Bhai in the KGF franchise. The dynamic of Yash and Ranbir Kapoor will be interesting in Ramayan.
According to the source, Ramayan will begin filming by this summer if the film’s casting is confirmed.
The mythological epic film will be directed by Nitesh Tiwari, which increases viewer expectations. Production of the movie is expected to start this year. An official announcement of the project, including the cast and shooting schedule, will be made this Diwali. The Ramayan is expected to be adapted for Indian cinema on a grand scale with intense VFX.
Janhvi shared her experience working with Tiwari.
Nitesh Tiwari is currently filming his movie Bawaal alongside Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Dhawan. Janhvi shared her experience about working with Tiwari, “Nitesh sir has truly spoilt me. Working with him was a dream come true. He has the world’s wisdom to impart and such clarity. I have never encountered a man with more dignity than him. He was both a director and a guy who inspired awe in me. And when I perform for him and he tells me the take is fantastic, I know a director like him believes in me enough to place me in his movie. The conviction really increased my self-confidence.
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