Ramayan's Dipika Chikhlia, who played Sita in the Doordarshan show, announces she'll play Sarojini Naidu in biopic

Dipika Chikhlia posted the update on Instagram as she shared the first look from the film

FP Staff May 08, 2020 08:28:46 IST
Ramayan's Dipika Chikhlia, who played Sita in the Doordarshan show, announces she'll play Sarojini Naidu in biopic

Actor Dipika Chikhlia, best known for playing the role of Sita in Ramanand Sagar's mythology serial Ramayan, on Thursday announced that she is set to portray political leader and poet Sarojini Naidu in a biopic.

Titled Sarojini, the film is directed by Akash Nayak and Dhiraj Mishra, and produced by Kanu Bhai Patel.

The 55-year-old actor posted the update on Instagram as she shared the first look from the film.

It is written by Dhiraj Mishra and Yashomati Devi.

Dipika's last cinematic outing was 2019's Bala, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam, and Bhumi Pednekar.

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#sarojini#sarojininaudu .....1st look #poster......#starplus #ramayan #730 #everyday

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Never take a women for granted @ramayan@love@faith#sitaji#ram#luvkush

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The super women sita ji ..who guided her husband in times of need #wife# husband#marriage#asagarworld#ramayan#lockdown A post shared by Dipika (@dipikachikhliatopiwala) on

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