Get ready to embark on an epic cinematic journey like never before as the much-anticipated film adaptation of the ancient Indian epic, Ramayana, takes shape with an exciting update. With acclaimed director Nitesh Tiwari at the helm and a stellar cast featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Sai Pallavi, Sunny Deol, and Yash, Ramayana promises to be a spectacle of grand proportions. However, it’s not just the star-studded cast that’s grabbing headlines; it’s the addition of two legendary Oscar-winning artists that has set the industry abuzz.

According to a report by Pinkvilla, producer Namit Malhotra and director Nitesh Tiwari have pulled off a coup by roping in none other than Hans Zimmer and AR Rahman to arrange the music for Ramayana. This groundbreaking collaboration marks a significant milestone in Indian cinema, as both Zimmer and Rahman bring their unparalleled talent and expertise to the table. Hans Zimmer, renowned for his mesmerizing compositions in Hollywood blockbusters such as Dune, The Lion King, Gladiator, and Inception, is set to make his debut in the Indian film industry with Ramayana. Zimmer’s mastery of music, coupled with his deep appreciation for the vision behind the story of Lord Ram, makes him the perfect choice to compose the score for this epic tale. Meanwhile, AR Rahman, the maestro behind timeless classics like Slumdog Millionaire and Lagaan, needs no introduction.

Here’s an update from the upcoming mythological drama,

Speaking about the collaboration, a source close to the project revealed, “Namit Malhotra and Nitesh Tiwari have always been vocal about their global vision for this Indian Epic, and they are leaving no stone unturned to make that a reality. Hans Zimmer is also fascinated by the vision for the story of Lord Ram and is all ready to compose the score of Ramayana.”

With the combined brilliance of Hans Zimmer, AR Rahman, and the creative vision of Nitesh Tiwari, Ramayana is poised to redefine Indian cinema and take audiences on an unforgettable musical odyssey through the timeless tale of love, sacrifice, and righteousness.