Filmmaker Nagraj Manjule, whose fresh directorial, Jhund, hit the displays on March 4, unearths that his formidable multilingual trilogy on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has been delayed because of the pandemic.
3 years in the past, Nagraj and actor-filmmaker Riteish Deshmukh had introduced the pan-Indian trilogy, which was once anticipated to be launched in 2021.
“Our time table were given haywire on account of the pandemic. We misplaced two years on account of that, and naturally, lets no longer take it on flooring. However it’s not that the film is shelved. This can be a undertaking I’m extraordinarily captivated with and as soon as the whole lot falls into position, you’re going to know,” stated Nagraj.
Nagraj, who has made significantly acclaimed movies like Fandry and Sairat shared that pulling off the trilogy can be slightly the problem. “This can be a historic, however on the finish of the day, we’re making a movie so the foundations of movie-making would possibly not exchange, most effective the topic will. After all, it’s going to include its personal demanding situations on account of the character of the movie. Even if I used to be a child, I’d assume how sensible a movie on Shivaji Maharaj can be. I had noticed a few movies on him and sought after to make one myself, so it is a dream undertaking,” he added.