Kangana Ranaut will film the Babri Masjid dispute

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Kangana Ranaut will film the Babri Masjid dispute

Kangana Ranaut will film the Babri Masjid dispute| Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut has announced her debut as a filmmaker. Surprisingly, he has chosen the Babri Masjid-Ram Temple dispute for his debut film as a filmmaker. The movie is named ‘Aparajitha Ayodhya. Bollywood’s famous Kangana Ranaut will also become a producer on the Ayodhya controversy due to his stupid opinions and controversies. Ram temple has been a hot topic for many years,” Kangana Ranaut said in a statement. As a child born in the ’80s, I heard the name of Eudhia in a negative context because the piece of land on which the birth of a king who was the victim became a matter of property dispute. What distinguishes ‘Aparajitha Ayodhya’, according to Kangana, is that this character goes the journey from not believing in religion to becoming religious, and in a way, it also reflects on my personal life journey. So I decided that this topic was appropriate for my first production. ‘ The first trailer for ‘Thalay V’ was recently released (Photo: Social Media) The shooting of ‘Aparajitha Ayodhya’ will start early next year. The story of the film is written by VK Vijendra Prasad, whose credits include many films like ‘Bahu Bhally’, The Beginning, Bajrangi Bhai Jan, Bahuli Bhally To, The Conclusion, Magadheera, and Agia. Kangana Ranaut is engaged in the preparation of Thala V, a biopic of former Tamil Nadu J Lalitha Chief Minister. The first trailer for Thalay V has been released recently. The film will release on June 26, 2020. It is pertinent to mention that in the Babri Masjid case November 9, the Supreme Court had ruled that 277 acres of disputed land in Ayodhya was in favor of Hindus while Muslims had been given five acres of alternative land at a prominent place in Ayodhya. The court in its ruling had said that under Babri Masjid a structure was found which is not Islamic in its appearance. According to the court, the archaeological evidence cannot be denied.