Ram Setu starring Akshay Kumar and Jacqueline Fernandez released in cinemas on October 25 and here are the Janta’s reviews!

Directed by Abhishek Sharma and produced by Cape of Good Films, the story is based on the bridge from the epic Ramayana. The Ram Setu bridge is made out of limestone shoals by Lord Rama and his vanarsena and is situated on Rameswaram Island in Tamil Nadu to the northwestern coast of Sri Lanka, Mannar Island. Aryan Kulshreshtha (Akshay Kumar) is a renowned archaeologist who gets promoted as Joint Director of the Archaeology department due to his remarkable work. Indrakanth (Nasser) decides to construct a project named Sethusamudram, destroying this bridge, but for that to happen, Indrakanth should obtain a scientific clearance proving that it’s a natural formation. Hence Aryan is given the task of ascertaining whether the bridge was formed naturally or is man-made. The rest of the film is about the journey of Aryan in this process. We also see Jacqueline Fernandez and Satya Dev as supporting characters in the film, who embark on the journey with Akshay’s character to find the Ram Setu.

Also Read: The Ram Setu trailer shows Akshay Kumar on an archeological expedition to find the Ram Setu while also walking on water and fighting the bad guys!

While some really enjoyed the movie to the fullest, others thought it was a one-time watch!

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