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The success of Bahubali has broken the jinx that only Masala films will be big hits at box offices. It was not long before B R Shetty decided to make Mahabharatham into a film, spending Rs 1000 crore. Now another epic Ramayanam is going to be made into films.

Now, three producers have come forward to produce the film. In the film to be made in three parts, Rs 500 crore will be spent jointly by Allu Aravind, Namit Malhotra and Madhu Manthena. The film will be released in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil languages.

More details are awaited.

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