The iconic film Ramayana at the iconic Mumbai movie theatre.
The film is seen as the spiritual source of India’s culture.
It was written by Ramayanas son Ramdev, who is known for his films such as ‘Bhoomi’, ‘Babali’ and ‘Baba Dinkar’.
This year, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ will play the theatre in the epic, which tells the story of a king and his queen who have a daughter named Babaji, a beautiful, innocent girl who turns into a warrior and becomes a warrior herself.
The Ramayan film is a holy text for the Hindus, who believe it contains a story of how God is the same for everyone.
‘Brama Bajrang’ will show the film at the cinema, where its stars Vishal Bhardwaj and Sajid Kapoor will be on-stage.
The director said the cinema would have a special focus on the story and the actors.
“Brama Bhai Jaan’ is about the story.
It’s not about me.
This film is about me,” he said.
The movie will show scenes from the epic Ramayans life, which have nothing to do with the current events.
“I am not a political person.
I am not even a religious person.
If you ask me, I don’t really follow politics,” he added.
The actor, who was born in Karnataka and studied in London, was in Mumbai to promote the film on Monday.
The Mumbai cinema chain has already made a profit of over Rs 3,000 crore this year.
“If you see the movie, it is a miracle.
It is a great achievement.
It will bring people to our city,” said Prabhupada Yadav, owner of the theatre, which has an impressive history.