Hrithik Roshan In Allu Aravind's Dream Project!

Allu Aravind is currently busy with the pre-production work of his most ambitious project 'Ramayana' in 3D.

Once upon a time, the genre of mythology was considered to have been a lightweight arena. However, due to changing attitudes and interests, more and more audiences are interested in this mysterious and fantastical genre. This is also resulting in mainstream actors taking more of an interest in this rapidly developing and expanding genre. If reports and rumors are to be believed, mister perfectionist Aamir Khan was apparently toying with the idea of making The Mahabharata. On that note, the latest rumors that are circulating suggest that Super 30 star Hrithik Roshan is all geared up to play Lord Rama in Nitesh Tiwari and Ravi Udyawar’s next based on the holy epic Ramayana.

A source close to the project revealed that it will be a live-action trilogy, which will be produced in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. The film will be produced collectively by Allu Aravind, Namit Malhotra and Madhu Mantena. The film will be made on a whopping budget of around Rs 500 crores and will also be shot in 3D. The source further elaborates and reveals that Hrithik has already provided the team with his nod of approval to the project and is already calling it his most ambitious project till date. Fans and followers of Hrithik have never really seen the star in a character like this, which makes the project all the more exciting and special. The launch date of this epic movie is highly anticipated by all audiences.

In regards to his current projects, ever since the trailer of War hit the web, fans cannot stop gushing about Hrithik Roshan. After a long hiatus, the 45-year-old actor is making a comeback to an actioner and excitement among his fans is at an all-time high. In regards to his excitement, Hrithik said, "I have been quite overwhelmed with the kind of reactions I have got. Unknowingly, the timing of it has been great. Having the teaser of War coming out close on the heels of Super 30, and people appreciating both the contrasting characters at the same time, is thrilling. I am getting a nice kick out of it."

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