Arun Govil, the reel life Lord Ram of the mythological king in the popular 1980’s show ‘Ramayan’ has supported Narendra Modi Government’s lockdown to fight against Coronavirus and also for the Indians of all age group to reconnect with family members.Arun Govil, the reel life Lord Ram of the mythological king in the popular 1980’s show ‘Ramayan’ has supported Narendra Modi Government’s lockdown to fight against Coronavirus and also for the Indians of all age group to reconnect with family members.
“Lord Ram gave Hanuman a quizzical look and said, “What are you, a monkey or a man?” Hanuman bowed his head reverently, folded his hands and said, “When I do not know who I am, I serve You and when I do know who I am, You and I are One.”
― Tulsidas, Ramcharitmanas
Ramayan is one of the most popular ever show in Indian Television history which aired in 1987-88 which is based on the Hindu mythological epic. This epic show was written by Valmiki and Tulsidas ‘Ramcharitmanas. The cast included Govil as Ram, Dara Singh as Hanuman, Sunil Lahri as Lakshman, Deepika Chikhalia as Sita and Arvind Trivedi as Ravan.
‘Ramayan still popular’
Our new Netflix generation will definitely connects and understand the morals and values of our ancient age. The best part the new generation and the old as they sit together to watch Ramanand Sagar’s superhit mythological show from 80’s. We should also give the courtesy to lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak. In 80’s there wasn’t any social media when the show was aired, the new netizen addicted generation is also happy to watch the epic drama and also have been sharing their reactions and flooding social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram with Ramayana memes and also pointing to the new competitions for OTT giants like Netflix, Hotstar, PrimeVideo.
According to the data from television monitoring agency BARC, The the epic trending 51 million viewers on first weekend, the highest ever TRP in the GEC (General Entertainment Channel) since 2015.
This epic break his own records & achieve another milestone. Definitely Ramayana based on Hindu mythological but every Indian no matter which religion he follows, loves this show and emotionally attached with this epic.