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Ramayana Film Updates: Hrithik Roshan the lead actor, Deepika Padukone OUT, who’s playing Sita?

Ever since we first heard about the epic mythological drama movie based on Ramayana by Nitesh Tiwari, it has been making headlines constantly in the media. The film was announced with the whopping 600 Crores budget, while the makers have roped in Hrithik Roshan as the lead actor in it, while Prabhas the Saaho fame actor would be playing Ravana in it. However, the role of Sita remains unknown in the media as there seems to be a confusion between Shraddha Kapoor and Deepika Padukone.
The recent reports then suggested that Deepika is out of the film but Shraddha remains at the helm of affair. However, the role of the lady is still not known. But when the makers were asked to comment on it, they denied these reports. We also hear Hrithik not saying anything and even denied about his presence in the film. This could be due to his verbal words with the makers and the official confirmation are yet to be made for the film. There was news that suggested that Shraddha Kapoor and even Prabhas have denied the news of their presence in Ramayana film by Nitesh Tiwari.
This can be upsetting for the fans of these stars as they have started weaving their dreams to see them in their favorite roles. Well, we have to wait and watch till we see the makers announce things officially. Hrithik is now busy with the release of his next film War with Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor in the lead role. While Deepika is gearing up for her debut production venture Meghna Gulzar helmed by Meghna Gulzar. Shraddha had two back to back releases last months – Saaho and Chhichhore and both her films did well, while she has a few releases in 2020.


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