In a bizarre development, we have discovered that Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan’s The Immortal Ashwatthama, which would have been helmed by Aditya Dhar and delivered by Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP Films and has been barely surviving for a long time, has now been required to be postponed.
Sources tell indianexpress.com that the film has been required to be postponed endlessly because of spending issues between the film’s creation house and the producer’s innovative requirements for mounting the film, which is charged as a hero activity film set in present day times. It was before arranged as a set of three. The three-section present day hero film, which has its foundations in the Mahabharata, would see Vicky Kaushal in a legendary symbol.
The source imparted to us, “The film has been required to be postponed for the present, yes. In any case, the creators are making a decent attempt to begin work on the film once more, as a great deal has gone into preparing both the entertainers – Vicky and Sara for the film. Aditya (Dhar) has additionally invested a great deal of time and energy in doing recce for the film. It’s been a long time since the film was first announced.”The source additionally added, “While there was a great deal of energy for the film, there are likewise mumbles that there is an issue with the content and the creation house might want to calibrate it before they return to the film.”
In April, it was supposed that the film was going to go on floors. Truth be told, Vicky had taken to his web-based media stages to share a report on the film’s advancement too.According to a Bollywood Hungama report, the film has experienced a gigantic loss of Rs 30 crore and that has put RSVP under colossal pressing factor. The report said, “The Immortal Ashwatthama has been in the prep stage for more than two years now. The group did numerous recces, chipped away at the whole pre perception, did various gatherings with the VFX group, got a global activity unit on board to prepare Sara and Vicky for their activity pressed job in the course of the most recent one year. Maker Ronnie Screwvala spent over Rs. 30 crore to get everything set up, and presently, the whole speculation has gone for a throw.”
The Immortal Ashwatthama would be the second joint effort between Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP, Aditya Dhar and Vicky Kaushal. Their first film together was the National Award winning Uri: The Surgical Strike in 2019.