In the world of mythological TV serials, few stories captivate audiences like 'Ramayana' and 'Mahabharata'. Among them, Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan stands tall, leaving an indelible mark on viewers' hearts. Portrayed by lead actors Arun Govil, Deepika Chikhlia, and Sunil Lehri as Ram, Sita, and Lakshman respectively, the show became an instant sensation when it first aired in 1987. Decades later, a recent tweet from Doordarshan hints at its return to our TV screens.
Ramayan to Return on TV
Ramayan's journey began in 1987, swiftly rising to fame and surpassing other depictions of the Treta Yuga saga. Its timeless appeal continues to draw audiences, sparking anticipation for its re-telecast. Following the momentous Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony, audiences across India eagerly await the return of this beloved mythological tale.
Doordarshan's recent tweet announces the revival of 'Ramayana', promising viewers a journey through the realms of religion, love, and dedication once more. While the telecast date remains undisclosed, fans rejoice at the prospect of reliving the epic saga amid the fervor of Lord Rama's devotion.
आ गए हैं प्रभु श्री राम! एक बार फिर वापस आ गया है पूरे भारत का सबसे लोकप्रिय शो 'रामायण'। रामानंद सागर की रामायण एक बार फिर #DDNational पर, जल्द देखिए!#Ramayan | @arungovil12 | @ChikhliaDipika | @LahriSunil pic.twitter.com/9tLmm1JB9t— Doordarshan National दूरदर्शन नेशनल (@DDNational) January 30, 2024
The anticipation surrounding the show's return reflects the enduring legacy of Ramanand Sagar's rendition of the timeless epic. Amidst the backdrop of the ongoing pandemic, the re-telecast promises to unite audiences in reverence and celebration.
As the nation reverberates with the chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' following the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha ceremony, the resurgence of Ramayan on television heralds a joyous occasion. While the telecast date remains shrouded in mystery, fans express their elation, flooding the comment section with heartfelt messages and calls for the revival of shows centered around Shri Krishna.
Led by iconic performances from Arun Govil, Deepika Chikhlia, Sunil Lahiri, Late Dara Singh, and Late Arvind Trivedi, Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan continues to resonate with audiences, promising a timeless journey through the realms of devotion, love, and valor.