Contemporary off the success of Gadar 2, Sunny Deol is considering his subsequent movies and if the whole lot goes effectively, he might be seen enjoying the position of Lord Hanumani Nitesh Tiwari’s anticipated three-part Ramayana.
Ramayana replace: After Ranbir Kapoor and Sai Pallavi, the makers of Ramayana appear to have added yet one more title to the listing of stars becoming a member of the movie. If the most recent studies are something to go by, then Nitesh Tiwari has a jackpot in his hand with Sunny Deol getting into his epic three-part Ramayana. Speculations are rife in Bollywood that the Gadar 2 actor has given his preliminary nod to play the position of Lord Hanuman within the movie. This makes the entire trilogy even larger and adjustments the way in which trendy Ramayana would search for followers now.
Sunny has gained a newfound reputation after the mega success of Gadar 2 in each home and world markets. The actor is the primary alternative for any action-driven industrial entertainer in Bollywood and contemplating the type of grand aura which is related together with his display screen presence, it’s only match that the makers may see him enjoying the half within the trilogy. There’s no official affirmation on the identical however this Ramayana is certainly getting larger daily.
Earlier, Tiwari and his crew carried out a casting coup by having KGF fame Yash on board to play the position of Raavan. Alia Bhatt was earlier reported to be enjoying the position of Sita however now, the makers have zeroed down on the Malayalam actor Sai Pallavi to play the lead alongside Ranbir within the movie. It’s fascinating to notice that the movie is being made in three components and the primary half is barely going to give attention to Lord Ram and Sita’s characters – their journey as a pair and the dynamics of their relationship. It’s only within the second half that Sunny will get to have a much bigger display screen house.
Whereas the position is a eager side of Ramayana, Tiwari can be reportedly planning a stand-alone movie on Lord Hanuman. The journey of this epic character from Hindu mythology makes for a separate story and the director feels that Sunny can spearhead this in a stand-alone collection. The thought isn’t formally laid down but however the thought of getting Sunny play Bajrang Bali does sound good.
In the meantime, the three-part Ramayana will go on the flooring round February 2024. Will probably be co-directed by Nitesh Tiwari and Ravi Udyawar and might be produced by Allu Aravind, Madhu Mantena, and Namit Malhotra.