Seeing ‘Ram’, this woman rolled in her feet, Arun Govil is still given the status of God

Actor Arun Govil, who played the role of Lord Shri Ram in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, is still worshiped by people like Lord Ram. The actor has carved a special place in everyone’s hearts by playing the role of Ram.

Arun Govil

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of Ramanand Sagar Ramayana Then everyone will remember. Actor Arun Govil played the role of Shri Ram in this Ramayana. In those days, the number of people watching Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana was very high. In 1987, Ramayana had left all the serials behind. Whenever Ramayana used to come on TV, people used to leave their work and sit to watch it. Even though it has been a long time since. But even today every character of Ramayana is worshiped like God.

The proof of this is this video going viral on social media. In which seeing Ram, the important character of this show, a woman lay down at his feet. Actually, recently Arun Govil had reached Sambhajinagar. Where when Arun Govil reached the airport, on seeing him, a woman became emotional and bowed at her feet and started bowing to him. Seeing the woman in this video, it is as if she has found Ram.

Arun also tried to stop seeing the woman lying on her feet. But one of the actors did not go in front of the woman’s faith. Arun asked the woman to get up with folded hands. After which he also posed for pictures with the woman. Let us tell you that when Arun Govil comes and goes somewhere, he is still respected like Lord Ram. Even today, in the hearts of people, actors live in the form of the image of God.

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during an interview Arun Govil had disclosed that even today people see him as Ram even today 1482587. Once he was smoking a cigarette. Seeing him doing this, a person became very angry with him. After which he decided to give up cigarettes. In 2020, the government had once again got Ramayana on air for the people sitting at home. After which once again all the characters came in the limelight.

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