Ram Setu, starring Akshay Kumar, will hit theatres on October 25.
Last Updated: 11.07 AM, Sep 26, 2022
Ram Setu, starring Akshay Kumar, is slated to open in theatres around Diwali in 2022. Following its theatrical run, the movie will only be available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Recently, Akshay gave his fans an interesting update about the movie. Today, September 26, saw the release of Ram Setu's first glimpse.
Akshay posted a teaser with a caption, writing in Hindi, “raam setu kee pahalee jhalak…just for you. Made this with a lot of love, hope you like it. bataana zaroor, #RamSetu. October 25th. Only in Theatres worldwide (First glimpse of Ram Setu…just for you. Made this with a lot of love, hope you like it. Do tell). ” Reactions from supporters are numerous in the comments section. While many users on social media used the red-heart and fire emoticons, some remarked, "can't wait."
However, there aren't many hints in the teaser about the movie's narrative, but Akshay does offer us one when he says that they only have three days to preserve the Ram Setu. In the under-a-minute-long teaser, viewers catch brief glimpses of Satyadev Kancharana, Nushratt Bharuccha, and Nassar as a strong character dressed in a black suit. As they work against the clock to complete the task, the other three are glimpsed in a few action sequences. The video draws attention with its magnificent settings, underwater scenes, plus Akshay's new nerdy appearance.
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The movie was filmed close to Mumbai, Daman and Diu, including Ooty. Ram Sethu is really a group of limestone shoals that stretch from Mannar Island, off the north-western coast of Sri Lanka, to Pamban Island, also referred as Rameswaram Island, off the southern coast of Tamil Nadu. The Ramayana claims that it is a causeway that Lord Ram's soldiers constructed in order to enter Lanka and save his bride Sita.
Abhishek Sharma is the director of Ram Setu, which he also co-produced alongside Lyca Productions, Abundantia Entertainment, Amazon Prime Video, and Cape of Good Films. With its first Indian film, Ram Setu, Prime Video makes its debut as a co-producer of motion pictures.