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Arun Govil's Heartfelt Reflections on Ram Temple Inauguration

Returning from Ayodhya, the television's 'Ram' bore a palpable sense of disappointment,having missed the golden opportunity to have the blessed darshan of Lord Ramlalla.

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By Prerit Chauhan
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Arun Govil, a renowned actor of venerable stature, has indelibly imprinted his name on the collective consciousness of the nation, courtesy of his iconic portrayal of Lord Rama in the television epic "Ramayan." The ardent love and admiration showered upon him by fans transcend the realms of mere fandom, with some elevating him to the status of a divine figure.

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In a momentous event that unfolded on January 22, Arun Govil found himself participating in the ceremonial opening of the Ram Temple. However, despite the auspicious occasion, the actor lamented the poignant reality that he was unable to witness the divine presence of Lord Ramlalla. In a candid revelation, Govil expressed the bittersweet realization that, while his long-cherished dream had materialized, the ethereal sight of the revered deity had eluded him.

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Returning from Ayodhya, the television's 'Ram' bore a palpable sense of disappointment, having missed the golden opportunity to have the blessed darshan of Lord Ramlalla.

Notably, Arun Govil was not alone in his participation in this sacred ceremony. Accompanying him were other distinguished personalities, including Deepika Chikhalia and Sunil Lahiri. The star-studded affair also saw the presence of Bollywood luminaries such as Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Ayushmann Khurrana, and Randeep Hooda. A widely circulated video documented a heartfelt conversation between Arun Govil and the legendary Amitabh Bachchan.

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Deepika Chikhalia, capturing the spiritual essence of the occasion, took to social media to share a video where she fervently chanted "Jai Siya Ram," encapsulating her divine encounter with Lord Ramlalla. Sunil Lahiri, another integral participant, also made a noteworthy appearance in her video.

Days prior to the Pran Pratishtha ceremony, Arun Govil, having arrived in Ayodhya, collaborated with Deepika Chikhalia and Sunil Lahiri to shoot a poignant song titled "Ram Aaye Hain." The soulful vocals for this composition were rendered by the acclaimed Sonu Nigam.

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