On the 392nd anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s birth, a film depicting his early life has been formally launched. Bal Shivaji is a film produced by Anand Motion Pictures, Eros International, Legend Studios, and Ravi Jadhav Films. Untold stories from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s inspirational upbringing will be featured in the epic saga. It will cover the period of 12 to 16 years in the life of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

Ravi Jadhav is set to direct the film Bal Shivaji. “I really wanted to do a historical film,” Legend Studios’ Sandeep Singh remarked of the film. As a result, when Ravi reached me with this topic, it immediately resonated with me. It’s a privilege to work on a movie about a legendary figure like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.”

“It was an immediate click with Sandeep, who recognised the necessity and value of conveying this narrative of heroism,” director and producer Ravi Jadhav said. After all, it’s a tribute to one of India’s most illustrious monarchs. It will undoubtedly be inspiring.

Bal Shivaji, helmed by RavI Jadhav, will begin filming in June 2022. The movie will depict the incredible voyage of young Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, whose courage inspired the country. Ravi Jadhav stated in an official statement that it took him eight years of research to get to the point where he was ready to tell his stories on film.

Ravi has wanted to make this movie since 2015, and in 2021, he and Sandeep Singh had a productive talk. Ravi told Sandeep about the movie, and everything went according to plan. The filmmakers are now ready to begin filming in June 2022.

The renowned Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born on February 19, 1630. In Maharashtra, it is known as Shivaji Jayanti or Shiv Jayanti, however admirers of the warrior king are known to commemorate the day all over India. Shivaji is known for his bravery, leadership etc. Unconventional methods are reported to have been pioneered by Chhatrapati Shivaji.

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