Mahabharat Is Inspired From AG Nadiadwala’s 1965 Film Script? Rumour Mongering For Next Few Years

In 1965, Babubhai Mistry directed Mahabharat was hit

Produced by A G Nadiadwala, Mahabharata stars Pradeep Kumar, Padmini and Dara Singh. His son, Firoz Nadiawala, who produced classic comedies like Hera Pheri and Welcome, is planning to produce a 5D film on Mahabharat with Rs. 700 crores as its budget.

Mahabharat includes romance, emotions, treachery, action, cheat sorcery, magic, and gives the Lord Krishna’s spiritual teachings. Actors like Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgn were being thought to be taken up as key roles in this upcoming project. The latest rumour in bollywood news is that Mahabharat is inspired from AG Nadiadwala’s film script released in 1965.

“Writing the Mahabharat for the screen has always been the biggest problem. This is why so few films on the Mahabharat have been attempted. I have my father’s film on the Mahabharat with the most brilliant and comprehensive script based on the sacred saga. When the best possible treatment of the Mahabharat epic is right under my nose, why should I look anywhere else?” Bollywood Hungama quoted Firoz as saying.

In 1965, Babubhai Mistry directed Mahabharat was hit and starred Abhi Bhattacharya as Lord Krishna, Padmini (from Raj Kapoor’s Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai and Mera Naam Joker) as Draupadi, Dara Singh as Bhim and Pradeep Kumar as Arjuna.


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