Amitabh Bachchan to play This character in Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana- Check details here

Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana is buzzing all over the place. The movie is getting hyped up on the internet and fans are highly anticipating its release. Since the initial disappointment with Adipurush, Nitesh’s Ramayana is looked upon with high hopes.

Ranbir Kapoor is playing a titular role in the film and will be seen as Lord Ram. While south star Yash will play the role of Ravana. Vijay Sethupathi has been roped in to play Ravana’s brother Vibhishana. In a recent update, it has been known that Janhvi Kapoor will essay the role of Maa Sita, replacing Sai Pallavi.

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Now, a recent report states that Amitabh Bachchan has been roped in by the makers to play a significant role. Shahenshah of Hindi cinema will be seen playing the role of King Dashrath of the Kosala Kingdom and the father of Lord Ram. The actor has been presented with the script and he has shown interest in it.

Though, Bachchan hasn’t signed the film yet. If everything goes well, Amitabh Bachchan will play Lord Ram’s father in the period drama.

Recently, reports have been doing rounds on the internet which state actors’ names and their tentative roles in the film. Lara Dutta is speculated to play Queen Kaikeyi. Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol will play Lord Hanuman and Kumbhkaran respectively. Laxman’s role will be played by Naveen Polishetty.

For the moment, only Ranbir Kapoor has been officially signed for the mythological drama. With time, further details regarding the cast and shoot will be revealed on social media.

To prepare for his role, Ranbir Kapoor has refrained from eating meat and consuming alcohol. His conviction towards his role shows the level and dedication and passion he encompasses for acting.

Ramayana’s shooting is said to begin in March 2024. Ranbir is currently going through several look tests for the film. The film is based on a high budget of Rs 350 crore. However, with the shooting procedure coming into the picture, the expense might increase.