Lara Dutta reveals if she’s playing Kaikeyi in Ramayana: “Who wouldn’t like…?”

Lara Dutta Reveals If She Is Playing Kaikeyi In Ramayana:

Lara Dutta shared this photo. (Etiquette: Lara Dutta,

New Delhi:

Nitesh Tiwari’s upcoming project Ramayana All sounding right. Ranbir Kapoor has played the role of Lord Rama in this film. Recently, Lara Dutta, who is rumored to play Kaikeyi (Lord Rama’s step-mother) in the film, opened up about the speculation. In conversation with, Lara Dutta said, “I’m listening a lot too. I’m letting go of rumours. I love reading and hearing about them too so please continue. Which you don’t want to be a part of Ramayanathere are so many characters that I would have loved to have done if I had been offered – Shurpanakha, Mandodari, I am doing them all (laughs).

Rumors of Lara Dutta playing the role of Kaikeyi started doing the rounds when A A series of pictures from a set of Ramayana It went viral. Lara Dutta, Arun Govil and Sheeba Chadha can be seen in their costumes in these images. Arun Govil, known for his portrayal of Lord Rama in the 1987 TV serial Ramayana, has been cast as Dasharatha. Moreover, Sheeba Chadha will play the role of Ravana’s sister Shurpankha.

A fan club has shared these photos Ramayana Started, started, started. The casting is already visible, I have high hopes for this film directed by the very talented Nitish Tiwari.”

Before that Ranbir Kapoor’s pictures with him Archery instructor The Internet had attention. These photographs hinted at the actor’s preparation session for the film.

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Meanwhile, TV actor Ravi Dubey is reportedly playing the role of Laxman in this Ramayana. According to one etimes reports, “The makers have finally found their Laxman and he is none other than the TV actor Ravi Dubey,

The actor is known for daily soaps like Jamai Raja, Ranbir Rano, Saas Bina Sasural and 12/24 Karol Bagh.

in RamayanaSai Pallavi plays the role of Goddess Sita.

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