Mahabharat to be made in 5D| Firoz Nadiadwala| Budget-700 Crores |

The most expensive movie in the history of Indian cinema. If we talk about the casting Anil Kapoor few names that we are supposed to be seen in the movie.

Zafeer  - Writer

Mahabharat in 5D under Firoz Nadiadwala’s production. The all-time famous tail of Mahabharat will take place in Bollywood with a mammoth budget of more than 700 crores. The most expensive film of all time, according to the rumors. Though work on the script is going on for the last 4-5 years, the movie is in pre-production, and it should take 2-3 years more to start its principal photography. According to sources, the shooting is to commence in early 2025 and the release is set for December 2025.

According to a source in the industry, ‘The entire tale of the Mahabharata will be conveyed in three hours. Firoz Nadiadwala is confident that it would be India’s answer to Marvel and DC movies and also that of The Lord of The Rings, Game Of Thrones, Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. Believe it or not, its budget is expected to be more than Rs. 700 crores. Thus, it’ll be the biggest Indian film of all time.’


Mahabharat’s Cast and Crew

If we talk about the cast, there are no official confirmations about it from the makers, though according to the source, ‘Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh, Paresh Rawal, Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, etc are a few names. It’ll be interesting to see who’ll end up playing which part. The makers are looking at casting both established and new heroines too, as well as top actors from the South industry for important parts. The hunt for a director is also underway.’


The source also added that ‘The 1965 Mahabharata film was a huge success at the box office. Firoz and his team are following a similar story and format which was there in that movie. Most of the action would be real, along the lines of Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven, etc, and not VFX-heavy. More than the VFX, Firoz wants the selling point of the film to be the characters, storytelling, emotions, dialogues, etc.’

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