Film on the life of famous dancer Sitara Devi, director and cast to be announced soon -Sitara Devi biopic Produced by Raj C Anand with legendary dancer son Ranjit Barot

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A film based on the life of famous dancer Sitara Devi will be made

of India Sitara Devi He is one of the eminent artists. He has been honored with several awards including Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, Padma Shri and Kalidas Samman. At the same time he revived the Indian classical dance form of Kathak and gave it a new dimension. On the 101st birth anniversary of the great dancer, it has now been announced to make his biopic film.

Raj C. Anand, Producer of Raj Anand Movies said in an announcement, “We are extremely happy and excited to bring the story of Sitara Devi to life on the big screen. We are sure that her story will be loved by the audience. Also we Make sure it will be as appealing as their real life.”

Renowned musician and drummer Ranjit Barot is the son of Sitara Devi. He has taken the responsibility of guiding the team of this project based on his mother’s life, which will create an interesting story.

Talking about the project, Ranjeet said, “I am excited that a film is going to be made on my mother’s life. When Raj Anand (producer) came to me with the idea of ​​making a film, I realized That’s a good thought for my mother. She was a truly iconic artist. We will bring the untold story of her life on screen through this endeavor.”

The pre-production has already started research work on the life of the famous artist. The makers will soon announce the cast and director. Born on 8th November 1920, Sitara Devi was not only an eminent artist but also a strong woman who solidified the ideology of feminism and womanhood by living life on her own terms.

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