Prema Entha Madhuram Daily Serial – E940 – 17th May

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Today’s Episode:

E940 – Part1 : Part2 – 17th May

Previous Episode :

E939 – Part1 : Part2 – 16th May
E938 – Part1 : Part2 – 15th May
E937 – Part1 : Part2 – 14th May
E936 – Part1 : Part2 – 13th May
E935 – Part1 : Part2 – 11th May
E934 – Part1 : Part2 – 10th May
E933 – Part1 : Part2 – 9th May
E932 – Part1 : Part2 – 8th May
E931 – Part1 : Part2 – 7th May
E930 – Part1 : Part2 – 6th May
E929 – Part1 : Part2 – 4th May
E928 – Part1 : Part2 – 3rd May
E927 – Part1 : Part2 – 2nd May
E926 – Part1 : Part2 – 1st May
E925 – Part1 : Part2 – 30th Apr
E924 – Part1 : Part2 – 29th Apr
E923 – Part1 : Part2 – 27th Apr
E922 – Part1 : Part2 – 26th Apr
E921 – Part1 : Part2 – 25th Apr
E920 – Part1 : Part2 – 24th Apr
E919 – Part1 : Part2 – 23rd Apr
E918 – Part1 : Part2 – 22nd Apr
E917 – Part1 : Part2 – 20th Apr
E916 – Part1 : Part2 – 19th Apr

Recent Random Post:

₹835 Crore Ramayana: Why the Huge Budget?

May 14, 2024

The buzz surrounding Bollywood director Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana just keeps growing, and with it, the controversy. After casting rumors and reported walkouts, the film’s Huge budget of ₹835 crore for the first part has set the internet on fire.

This three-part Ramayana, starring Ranbir Kapoor as Lord Ram and Sai Pallavi as Sita, is poised to become the most expensive film ever made in India. Shooting has recently begun in Mumbai, with Kannada superstar Yash playing the antagonist Ravana. The film also boasts a multi-lingual cast, reflecting the epic’s pan-Indian appeal.

So, what justifies this staggering budget? Mumbai trade sources hint at a visually stunning experience, crafted with cutting-edge technology to captivate a global audience. The post-production work alone is expected to take over a year, further hinting at a commitment to creating a special effects extravaganza.

However, this ambition comes at a cost. Critics question whether such a hefty price tag can be justified, especially considering the success of previous Indian films made on a smaller scale. Only time will tell if Ramayana becomes a visual and commercial triumph or an extravagant gamble.