A side-by-side edit of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Mani Ratnam’s Raavanan and Raavan is making the rounds of the web. The clip reveals Aishwarya doing the identical scenes with Vikram and Prithviraj for Raavan and Raavanan, respectively.
Because the video went viral, followers couldn’t cease gushing over the great thing about the previous Miss World and her perfection in her craft.
An Instagram consumer commented on the clip, saying, “For the longest time I hoped somebody would make aspect by aspect clips of Raavan and Raavanan. The truth that Mani Sir made your complete film twice and every scene appears to be like so completely related albeit with totally different actors is really fascinating to me!” One other consumer wrote, “Similar actress…however aish appears to be like a lot youthful with prithvi…such a variety.” A fan additionally known as the Aishwarya the ‘queen’ as he wrote, “Solely a Queen might. 👏”
Some customers additionally talked about how superbly Shobana Chandrakumar choreographed the AR Rahman composition “Kalvare”. Shreya Ghoshal, who crooned the tune, additionally earned reward from customers.
In 2010, Mani Ratnam launched Raavan (Hindi) and Raavanan (Tamil), primarily based on the Hindu epic Ramayan, with the identical plot however totally different actors. Whereas Vikram performed the antagonist within the Tamil model of the film, Abhishek Bachchan was roped in to play the villain within the Hindi model. Vikram additionally performed the function of police officer Dev Pratap Sharma in Raavan.
On the work entrance, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will subsequent be seen in Mani Ratnam’s upcoming film Ponniyin Selvan. Speaking about collaborating with Ratnam once more, the actor earlier stated, “It’s positively an expertise I’m trying ahead to for a number of causes. Mani is my guru and he is likely one of the most superb and good administrators of our nation. I’ve had the honour, privilege and pleasure of working with him proper to start with of my profession and several other occasions later. It’s a simple sure to work with that type of cinematic brilliance.”