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Deleted Scene: Simple Yet Impressive Scene From 'Sita Ramam'!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   7 Sep 2022 12:28 PM GMT
Deleted Scene: Simple Yet Impressive Scene From Sita Ramam!
It has been already announced that 'Sita Ramam' is all set to have a digital release on Amazon Prime Video this Friday. The OTT platform even released a trailer saying that it would be streaming from 9th September. Not just the people who haven't watched it but the movie lovers who enjoyed it in on the big screens are also ready to experience this classic love story once again.

In the meanwhile, the team of 'Sita Ramam' have released a deleted scene from the movie which did not make it out of the editing table. It is getting a lot of views right now and this shows the impact 'Sita Ramam' created among the viewers. In this scene, Afreen played by Rahmika Mandanna goes to Noorjahan Women's College and tries to find details about Sita. She gets surprised to see the taxi driver still waiting for her.

The hands over her belongings and says some powerful dialogues which will definitely make an impression. While some may say that it should have made it to the final cut, the makers took a good decision as it is unnecessary for the story's progression.

The film features a big list of noted actors like Prakash Raj, Shatru, Bhoomika Chawla, Rukmini Vijay Kumar, Sachin Khedekar, Murali Sharma, Vennela Kishore and many more apart from the lead actors. Sumanth, Rashmika Mandanna, Gautham Menon and Tharun Bhascker are also playing key roles in this interesting film directed by Hanu Raghavapudi. PS Vinod is the director of photography while Vishal Chandrasekhar is the music composer. Vaishnavi Reddy is the art director while the production design is done by Sunil Babu. Sheetal Sharma is the costume designer while Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao edited this flick.

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