A 4K digitally remastered version of an anime based on the Hindu epic “Ramayana” was screened last month in Tokyo almost 30 years after its first release, with the makers reminiscing about the barriers they overcame in the groundbreaking project.

“We remastered the anime for Indian fans who have been wanting to see a better quality version, making it available for the next 2,000 years,” says Kenji Yoshii, an official at Tokyo company that owns the rights to the production.

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