2D version of Muniratna Kurukshetra censored U/A
The three hours and five minutes long film has been made with a huge budget
Muniratna Kurukshetra, based on the epic Mahabharata, has been made in 2D and 3D versions. The former version finally got clearance from the Censor Board today and has been certified U/A.
The mythological drama, directed by Naganna, is Darshan’s 50th film, and will feature the actor in the role of Duryodhana. The film, which is three hours and five minutes long, has been made with a huge budget.
The ensemble cast had completed shoot by the end of last year, but the post-production work took time, especially the 3D version. According to the latest news from the production end, the team is in the last phase of work for the latter version, and the product will be ready soon.
Ravichandran plays the role of Krishna, Arjun Sarja plays Karna and Sneha will be seen in the role of Draupadi. The film is also Ambareesh's last film, and the actor will be seen in the role of Bheeshma.
Muniratna Kurukshetra has music by V Harikrishna, with V Nagendra Prasad penning the dialogues and lyrics.