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Aparajita Ayodhya: Kangana Ranaut to Direct the Film Based on Ram Mandir Case, Says ‘It’s a Story of Love, Faith and Unity’

Aparajita Ayodhya: Kangana Ranaut to Direct the Film Based on Ram Mandir Case, Says

Kangana Ranaut (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Actress-director Kangana Ranaut will helm Aparajita Ayodhya, which revolves around the Ram Mandir case. “The plan wasn’t for me to direct the film. I started it as a project that I worked on from the concept level. I wanted to produce it and rope in another director for it. I was quite busy at that time to even think of direction,” she said. Kangana Ranaut Rubbishes Rumours of Thalaivi Getting an OTT Rele ase, Says ‘Can’t Opt Digital Release As Its a Massive Scale Film’.

“However, the script that KV Vijayendra Prasad shared was that of a film set on a large canvas, somewhat on the lines of the historical that I have directed before. My collaborating partners were also keen that I direct it. Eventually, even I felt that maybe it’s best if I helm this film. So, it all happened organically,” she added.

KV Vijayendra Prasad had scripted Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi, which had launched Kangana as a director. Aparajita Ayodhya will also be produced by her production house. Kangana Ranaut Slams B-town Celebs for Supporting #BlackLivesMatter Movement, Questions Their Silence on Sadhu Lynching in Maharashtra.

Kangana might not be seen starring in the film as she wants her focus entirely to be on being a filmmaker for the film. “I want to keep my focus on the film as a filmmaker, entirely. For me, it’s not a controversial subject. I see it as a story of love, faith and unity, and above everything, it’s a story of divinity,” she said.

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