Ramayan: This actress will play ‘Shurpanakha’ in Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Ramayan’, looks very beautiful in real life
Entertainment Desk, New Delhi. Nitesh Tiwari Ramayan: Director Nitesh Tiwari has been in the headlines for a long time for his upcoming film Ramayana. Ranbir Kapoor is going to play the character of Lord Ram in this movie. In such a situation, this film has been making headlines for a long time regarding the casting of other characters.
Now the name of a big Bollywood actress has come forward to play the role of Shurpanakha in the film. Let us know who is that actress, who is Nitish and Ranbir Kapoor’s Ramayana She is going to play the role of Shurpanakha.
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This actress will become Shurpankha
So far, information has come out regarding Ramayana that Ranbir Kapoor will play the character of Ram in the film. Sunny Deol will be seen in the role of Hanuman. At the same time, the role of Sita was initially going to be played by South actress Sai Pallavi, but later news came that this role will be played by Jhanvi Kapoor.
Now according to a report in Pinkvilla, the Ramayan team is on the verge of closing the casting for another major character in the story. Nitish Tiwari and his team are in the final stages of discussions with Rakul Preet Singh for the role of Shurpanakha.
Rakul and Nitesh Tiwari have been in talks for a long time and now the casting for Shurpanakha has been done. She is one of the most important characters of Ramayana, because Shurpanakha was the one who caused the rivalry between Lord Rama and Ravana.
Will start shooting after marriage
Rakul has done the look test for the character and if everything goes as per plan, she will start shooting for Ramayan after her marriage with Jackky Bhagnani. Rakul is very excited to step into this epic world and the paperwork may be done soon.
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