News reports in India indicate that a new film titled Hindu Gods will star the actor Shahrukh Khan as a Hindu leader who is also a descendant of the Hindu Gods.
The film, slated for release on October 3, will also feature a Hindu warrior named Vaishnava, who is a descendant or descendant of one of the most famous Hindu gods, Brahma.
The story is said to be based on the Hindu legend of Krishna and his journey to a remote mountain village.
The movie is based on an Indian novel by M.R. Tiwari, which was first published in 2009.
The novel is set in the fictional village of Rana Gana, located in the Himalayas region of Nepal, and revolves around a young boy named Kala, who becomes the leader of a band of young warriors, the Kala Tribe.
The novel has also inspired several films, including the 2015 film The Kala Trilogy, in which Kala and his companions fight their way through the Himalayan mountains to a temple where the goddess Lakshmi gives birth to the god Indra.
According to the reports, the film will feature a large cast of characters who have lived and fought in the world of the Kalam Tribe, including Hindu warrior Vasudeva, who was born as a boy, Hindu warrior Vaishnav, who married a beautiful girl, Hindu warriors Lakshmi, Kala’s mother Vareshtha and Vishnu.
The film will also include a Hindu goddess named Indra, who has a deep connection to the warrior and is said by many to be the inspiration for the Hindu God Vaishnu.
The name Vaishna, which means “the One Who Rules,” is believed to be derived from the Sanskrit word Vaisya, meaning “the Creator.”