News Desk, Amar Ujala, Ayodhya
Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 07:29 PM IST
It will be broadcast live in 26 languages. Told that Ramlila will be broadcast live daily from 6 to 15 October from 7 pm to 10 pm. This time around 25 crore people will be able to see the performance of Ram’s character.
Bhagyashree will play the role of Sita
Ayodhya’s Ramlila President Subhash Malik told that this time Ramlila will be shown in many countries and it will be broadcast live in 26 languages. Told that Ramlila will be broadcast live daily from October 6 to 15 from 7 pm to 10 pm. On the other hand, preparations have intensified for staging Ramlila in the Laxman Fort temple complex located on the Saryu coast. In this time’s Ramlila also, spectators will not be allowed in view of the Kovid protocol.
Subhash Malik said that suggestions are also being taken from the saints and religious leaders of Ramnagari regarding Ramlila of Ayodhya. He himself is engaged in churning every day, meeting the prominent saints and religious leaders of Ramnagari, how to organize Ramlila according to the dignity of Ayodhya so that a message can be sent to the whole world.
He told that on the suggestion of the saints, all the changes will be seen in this Ramlila. Complete preparations are being made to stage Ramlila according to the dignity of Ayodhya. Subhash Malik told that this time the character of Ram will be played by Rahul Bhuchar. The role of Sita will be played by famous actress Bhagyashree. Both these actors are fully engaged in bringing to life the character of Ram and Sita in Ramlila.
Shriram’s dress will come from Janakpur
Ramlila Committee President Subhash Malik told that the dress of Lord Shri Ram is being prepared from his in-laws’ Janakpur. Mata Sita’s clothes will be made in Ayodhya itself. Told that the crown and royal clothes of Lord Shri Ram are also being specially made. The responsibility of making the dress has been entrusted to Mumbai’s famous dress designer Vishnu Patil. Malik told that Ravana’s clothes are being made in Sri Lanka.