Kangana Ranaut claims that ''Aparajitha Ayodhya” is “Beyond faith and religion” and Covers Six Centuries of Drama

The Babri masjid case has bombarded the internet and has been a controversial topic so far. It has created a moot between the people and religions regarding the making of Ram Mandir. The deliberation on the topic had created major political discussions across the country. This has tampered the nerve of religion once again.

Ram mandirBhoomipujan which was held on August 5 has been an important day for India but who knew that the day will come in between the prevailing Pandemic situation. Prime Minister Modi had given it a start by laying the brick for the establishment of the temple. Well coming directly to Kangana's next directorial venture, the ''Queen'' superstar and an unflinching personality she is back to make a film on the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid case.

After the favourable decision of the Supreme court to make Ram mandir the audacious actress had come out more verbally to state that her next directorial venture will be on the largest discussed topic that has been on the fire. She will be doing this film under her production house, Manikarnika Films. VK Vijayendra Prasad is up for working with Kangana again after writing for "Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi''.

Kangana stated ''In my film, there are several real Muslim characters who have fought in favour of the Ram temple. So it's a story of devotion, faith, and above all, unity in the country. Ram Rajya is beyond religion and that's what AparajitaAyodhya will be about. It's a very tough screenplay as it travels across 600 years and the Ram Mandirbhumipujan will very much be a part of my film. 

Vijayendra sir has put it together in a beautiful way. It could have been a logo launch for us today because it was a perfect day. Nevertheless, we have high hopes that we will be able to go on floors very soon. I can't wait to narrate the film to my actors''.

The actress had also spoken to other media houses and said ''What makes AparajithaAyodhya different is that it is the journey of the protagonist from a non-believer to a believer. And since, in a way, it reflects my journey, I decided it would be the apt subject for my first production. I’ve seen bhakts refusing to step out of the rain, arguing how they can be warm and dry when Ram Lalla is wet and cold. Despite all efforts to wipe out our spirit of unity and secularism, we remain a nation of believers, we remain undefeated. Hence the prefix ‘Aparajitha’, which means the unvanquished."