Allu & Co Yet To Leave 'Ramayan' Behind!

Wed Dec 08 2021 14:05:58 GMT+0530 (IST)

Veteran producer Allu Aravind is considered as one of the most forward thinking persons in the film industry. Many say that he is up to date on all the trends in the market which is the main reason behind his success and longevity. Apart from producing huge films under 'Geetha Arts' banner, he floated 'GA2 Pictures' and made numerous small and mid-level films which earned him bags of profits. There are a couple of crazy projects which are being made under their banner right now.

Soon after the humongous success of 'Baahubali', Allu Aravind decided to make an epic film titled 'Ramayan' with a grand budget of 500 crores. He team up with a few other big producers and announced it officially. He planned to bring big stars from both North and South Indian onboard. It was one of the most talked films in India but the film never went on the floors.

'Ramayan' was supposed to be made in three installments and movie lovers waited eagerly for the cast to be revealed. Due to the lockdown, the film got delayed and the present financial situation of the Indian film industry made everyone think that Allu Aravind may have shelved this project and it may not be feasible. But reports suggest that Allu Aravind and team are still keen on making this film. Insiders say that Allu Aravind is currently pooling up the funds to make this prestigious project happen.

There is no clarity about the actors in this high-budget movie and we need to see what happens in the coming days. Interestingly, Prabhas has already completed the shooting of 'Adipurush' which is based on our epic Hindu mythology Ramayana. Om Raut is the director and the 'Baahubali' star will be seen as lord Ram in this visual wonder while Kriti Sanon will be seen as Sita. Bollywood star hero Saif Ali Khan will be seen as the antagonist Lankesh in this multilingual project produced by T-Series. It is to be seen if Allu Aravind's 'Ramayan' still holds the buzz despite Prabhas' 'Adipurush' which is expected to release during the latter half of 2022.