Ramayana: This South actress has entered Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Ramayana’, know when the shooting will start?

Bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor and KGF 2 star Yash's Ramayana for a long time. Meanwhile, now a big update is coming out regarding the lead actress of Ramayana.


The name of the Bollywood film ‘Ramayana’  has been a topic of discussion for a long time. There is a lot of craze among the fans about this Ranbir Kapoor starrer movie. There has been a long debate in the past about the lead actress of this film. But now a big news is coming out about the lead actress of ‘Ramayana’. It is being said that Ranbir Kapoor and KGF 2-star Yash will be seen in this movie. South Famous actress Sai Pallavi can be seen playing the lead role.

Sai Pallavi can be seen with Ranbir in ‘Ramayana’

If we talk about the top actresses of South Cinema, Sai Pallavi’s name will be included in it. Through his brilliant acting, Sai has produced many hit films in South Cinema. Meanwhile, it has been reported in Pinkvilla’s report that Sai Pallavi will be seen playing the lead role in ‘Chhichhore’ film director Nitesh Tiwari’s most awaited movie ‘Ramayana’. On one hand, Ranbir Kapoor’s name is playing the role of Ram in this movie. On the other hand, Sai can be seen playing the role of Sita. Actor Yash, who made his special place in the hearts of fans with the film KGF, can be seen playing the role of Ravana in the film. It is known that in the past, before Sai Pallavi, there was discussion about the names of Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone in ‘Ramayana’.

When the shooting will begin for the movie?

After the latest update of the star cast of ‘Ramayana’ came out. The excitement about this movie has increased a lot among the fans. According to the news, Ranbir Kapoor and Sai Pallavi can start shooting for the first half of this movie in February 2024 next year. Apart from this, Yash can start shooting for Nitesh Tiwari’s ‘Ramayana’ in July. The special thing is that the shooting sequence for Yash can be set in Sri Lanka for 15 days.

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