Arun Govil: During the 1990s, Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan experienced tremendous success. However, even decades later, the legendary show’s appeal hasn’t lost any of its appeal. And a new video that has gone viral is proof of it. Recently, Lord Ram actor Arun Govil was sighted at the airport, but what made his outing more remarkable was the affection of one of his fans. It is definitely noticeable that he ran into one of his devoted followers outside the airport grounds.
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In the internet-trending video, Arun Govil is at the airport when a woman is seen supporting his feet and showing him respect. The actor proceeds to chat briefly with the woman, despite feeling awkward in the circumstances. The woman even squats down in front of him at one point and clasps her hands together.
Ramayan debuted in 1987, exactly 35 years ago, according to Anshul Saxena, who posted the video on Twitter. “Arun Govil portrayed the character of Shri Ram,” he continued. He is 64 years old right now. Look at the article below.
Ramayan was a popular television programme that ran from 1987 to 1988. The exiled Prince Rama and his brother Laxman set out to save Rama’s bride, Sita, who had been abducted by Ravana, the demon king of Lanka, in the ancient legend on which it is based. The cast members of the Ramanand Sagar-directed TV series are Arun Govil, Deepika Chikhalia, Sunil Lahri, and Arvind Trivedi. Many individuals still like to watch TV programs.
As soon as the video was posted online, internet users went all out to fill the comment box with positive remarks. While some viewers criticised the video for being too adorable, others commended the actor for his part in the popular programme.
One person noted in the comments section that “Arun Govil and Nitish Bhardwaj played Shri Ram and Shri Krishna so wonderfully that people could not picture them in any other roles after that.” Even now, when Ram or Krishna are mentioned, we immediately see their looks. So their legacy is. Dare I say it, but my motions would be the same if I ever met @arungovil12, another person said. I salute Ram. View a few more comments in the section below.
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