There Was a Time When Kangana Ranaut Played Sita in ‘Ramayana’

Not many people are aware of the reality that there was a time when Manikarnika actress: Kangana Ranaut  played Sita in ‘Ramayana’.

Those were her childhood days.

As we all know, that decades old but still in popular demand: ‘Ramayana’ is back on Television through Doordarshan and has become one of the favourite shows amongst the youth of today.

A lot of Kangana Ranaut fans are unaware of the reality that Kangana Ranaut had also played the role of Sita in ‘Ramayan’. She, though, was not part of the TV show but her school play, in which she enacted the goddess.

Wearing a saree, Kangana used to enact Sita despite her father’s disapproval. Not stopping at that, the 13-year-old actress had directed the play and was also responsible for the costume and make-up department.

Rangoli Shared,

“Ramayana being on air here sharing a picture of Kangana from school Ramayana play, makeup costume direction by Kangana, she was hardly 13 years old used to get lot of scolding from papa for dressing up like this but she never cared,”

Rangoli aka Rangoli Chandel is Kangana’s elder sister cum Business Manager. She is an acid attack victim and married with a child. When it comes to social media, she is the person who handles social media accounts of Kangana Ranaut. She makes it to the news more often because of both her controversial and uninvited remarks.

Coming back to the topic. Have a look at Kangana’s Sita pic below:

Kangana Ranaut Played Sita
Kangana Ranaut Played Sita

Talking about Kangana Ranaut’s life amidst this ongoing nationwide coronavirus lockdown. She is spending the coronavirus lockdown with her family in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. Her upcoming movie ‘Thalaivi‘, in which she is playing the role of late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, has been delayed and will now release on June 26th, 2020. Also starring Arvind Swamy as MG Ramachandran, the movie would be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages.

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Gaurav Gupta

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