Hrithik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor attend a closed-door meeting for ‘Ramayana’ – Times of India

On Saturday, two well-liked Bollywood hunks Hrihtik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor had been noticed on the filmmaker Jack Bhangnani’s workplace. This led to the speculations that Bhagnani in all probability is planning to make a two-hero movie with these stars. However, in line with a report by Pinkvilla, Hrithik and Ranbir visited Namit Malhotra’s workplace for a closed-door meeting across the magnum opus ‘Ramayana’. Reportedly, alongside the duo, the meeting had director Nitesh Tiwari, Namit, and Madhu Mantena.

Report additionally means that this was one of the primary conferences across the undertaking. Further, Hrithik Roshan and Ranbir Kapoor have been locked for the position of Raavaan and Ram respectively, whereas the makers are but to finalize a star who would play Sita.

Further, speaking in regards to the film ‘Ramayana’ in an interview with ETimes, Madhu Mantena mentioned, “We’re actually telling it in a different manner; we are going to narrate the traditional Ramayan in all its glory. What we all revisited last year was an epic that was told years ago; the feel, and technology were different. We are now using new means to present it on a bigger scale by using the latest technology available. Making a movie on Ramayan presents us an opportunity of a lifetime to tell these stories again.”

He even spoke in regards to the price range of the film within the dialog and mentioned, “Initially we didn’t have a budget in mind and even now, there is no figure. Right now we are trying to see how we can tell this epic in all its glory. But when I started the project, I had thought we can make the film for Rs 300 crore, but today, I don’t think that much will be enough to tell this story. It is a continuous process but with Allu (Aravind), Namit (Malhotra), and me collaborating, we will hopefully be successful in presenting a story like this.”


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