Ramayana With 500 Crore Budget: The ambitious three-part screen adaptation of the Ramayana shot in 3D and in three languages – Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. 3 Part Ramayana with budget will be a whopping Rs. 500 crore. The Ramayana Casting details haven’t been finalized yet but there are the big production and directing names attached to the project: The Telugu Production Allu Aravind, ex-Phantom Films founder Madhu Mantena and Namit Malhotra, founder of Prime Focus studios, will jointly produce; Nitesh Tiwari (Dangal) and Ravi Udyawar (MOM) will direct. The Ramayana adaptation is currently in development and aims to begin filming next year.
Nitesh Tiwari spoke about Ramayana and said, “I went with my father and brother to the Ramlila every year and though we all are aware of the story.” Nitesh Tiwari said, “I heard Ramayana stories from my grandmother and mother. Everybody knows the story of Ram, Sita, and Raavan, it’s the story-telling that will make the trilogy memorable.”
Ramayana With 500 Crore Budget, the script works for Allu Aravind Ramayana was kick-started nearly a year back and it will be made in three parts just like the Lord of The Rings series. The Expectations are already soaring high for this upcoming Allu Aravind big-budget drama Ramayana after the record-breaking success of SS Rajamouli Baahubali franchise. The Ramayana first part of the epic will release in 2021.
Pre-production includes reference work for scenes in Ayodhya; Lanka will be depicted in a wash of gold; Mithila will be green with Nepali architecture. “Money and time are not a problem. Our producers have told us to be fearless and fly. So, we are flying visually,” said Nitesh Tiwari. “There are many sci-fi films but only one Star Wars. We have access to the best technology and talent so what better time to let the world see what our country has to offer,” said Ravi Udyawar.