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Actor Arun Govil, who played Lord Ram in 'Ramayan' TV series, joins BJP
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Actor Arun Govil, who played Lord Ram in 'Ramayan' TV series, joins BJP

Govil, who was welcomed into the party after a presser announcing candidates for West Bengal polls, said his decision was triggered by TMC supremo Mamata's "irritation" to the chant of 'Jai Shri Ram'

Ramayan, Mahabharat cast open up on newfound popularity among new generation, and what makes the epics resonate today
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Ramayan, Mahabharat cast open up on newfound popularity among new generation, and what makes the epics resonate today

The primary cast of Ramayan and Mahabharat recall the days when they were worshiped, and celebrate the present days when they are being appreciated as actors.

Ramayan's Sugriv, Shyam Sundar Kalani passes away; former co-stars Arun Govil, Sunil Lahri pay tributes on social media
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Ramayan's Sugriv, Shyam Sundar Kalani passes away; former co-stars Arun Govil, Sunil Lahri pay tributes on social media

Actor Shyam Sundar Kalani, who essayed the role of Sugriv in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan, has passed away

Ramayan to be re-telecast on Doordarshan from 28 March, Prakash Javadekar announces 'on public demand'
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Ramayan to be re-telecast on Doordarshan from 28 March, Prakash Javadekar announces 'on public demand'

Stand-up comic Kunal Kamra commented on I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar's announcement by linking the rerun of Ramayan to the Ayodhya verdict.

The man who would make Ramayan: Ramanand Sagar's biggest endeavour is outlined in a new biography
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The man who would make Ramayan: Ramanand Sagar's biggest endeavour is outlined in a new biography

The events in Ramanand Sagar's life were 'like divine interventions slowly paving the way for him to fulfill his destined role — that of creating Ramayan for TV,' says his son Prem

Ramayana teaches us how hard it is to be good to the people we love best: Arshia Sattar
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Ramayana teaches us how hard it is to be good to the people we love best: Arshia Sattar

Arshia Sattar, whose translation of Valmiki's Ramayana is considered among the most authoritative, is now back with a beautifully illustrated retelling, this time for children