November 29, 2021

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'Uttar Ramayan' will be telecasted in place of 'Ramayan' from Sunday

‘Uttar Ramayan’ – story of ‘Luv Kush’ will be telecasted in place of ‘Ramayan’ from Sunday, 19th April.  Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan has aired on Doordarshan from March 28 on public demand amid lockdown. The audience is giving so much love to Ramayana. But as it was shown in today’s episode that Rama killed Ravana, questions started rising in the minds of the audience that will Ramayan stop now? But after the immense success of Ramayana again, Doordarshan will now broadcast the story of Luv Kush, also known as ‘Uttar Ramayan’. And this is good news for the fans of Ramayan. ‘Uttar Ramayan’ was telecasted on Doordarshan in 1988. It is also directed and produced by Ramanand Sagar. Information about the broadcast of Uttar Ramayan is given by the CEO of Prasar Bharati, via Twitter. Shashi Shekhar tweeted that in view of the craze of Ramayana, it has been decided that they will start the story of Luv-Kush (Uttar Ramayan) which will be aired as ‘Uttar Ramayan’.

Tomorrow morning Saturday 9am slot and Tomorrow night 9pm slot will air the last few remaining episodes of Yuddha Kanda of Ramayan bringing the main storyline to an end before Uttarakand begins.

— Shashi Shekhar (@shashidigital) April 17, 2020

Ramayan will end on Saturday with the Ravan slaughter and the last episode of the Ramayana will air again on Sunday morning. Uttar Ramayan will start airing on Sunday 19 April at 9:00 pm and will be broadcast again at 9:00 am. Ramayan, which aired in the 90s, had such an impact on the people that even today, people worshiping Arun Govil, Sunil Lahri and Deepika Chikhlia who play the character of Ram Laxman and Sita in the Ramayana are worshiped like God. Popular show ‘Shri Krishna’ is also in a queue When a user tagged the CEO of Prasar Bharati on Twitter and demanded the telecast of ‘Shri Krishna’, Shashi Shekhar replied that we are considering it. This also indicates the re-telecast of ‘Shri Krishna’ on Doordarshan.

— Shashi Shekhar (@shashidigital) April 17, 2020