Arun Govil, the ‘Ram’ of Ramayana, rained heavily on Adipurush, said – will not tolerate playing with Astha

Saif Ali Khan and Prabhas starrer Aadipurush has been mired in controversy with the release of its teaser. Now Ram of Ramayana i.e. Arun Govil has also expressed displeasure over the makers of this film.

Ever since the teaser of Saif Ali Khan and Prabhas starrer ‘Adipurush’ was released, there has been a ruckus in the country. People are finding that the look of Lankesh Ravana turned Saif is similar to the cruel ruler Khilji. So someone is feeling the VFX nonsense of the film. A campaign has started on social media regarding ‘Adi Purush’. The film is being accused of hurting religious sentiments.

Arun Govil lashed out at Adi Purush

Celebs are now furious about Om Raut’s film ‘Adipurush’. Arun Govil, who previously played the role of Lakshman of Ramayana and now Ram, has also given his reaction on this. Sharing a video on his official YouTube channel, Arun Govil vented his anger on Adi Purush. He further said- ‘Many things have been going on in my mind for a long time. Looks like the time has come to share those things with you.

Will not tolerate playing with the condition

This popular TV Ram said- All the mythological texts and scriptures like ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ are our cultural and religious heritage. It is the foundation for human civilization. It cannot be shaken or changed and it is not okay to play or tamper with it. We should keep our culture and religious heritage as it is. It is wrong to change it in any way. Well someone shakes his foundation, does someone change his roots?’

‘Don’t make fun of our feelings’

He also questioned the people that when the faith of any other religion and its followers is not tampered with, then why does this happen every time with Sanatan Dharma. Arun Govil said- ‘Nowadays it has become a trend to make fun of the beliefs of Sanatan Dharma, make objectionable posters of deities. After all, who has given you the right to tamper with our religious sentiments? Some filmmakers and actors should take care not to make fun of religious beliefs in the name of creative liberty.

Shubham Bangwal

Shubham Bangwal Senior Journalist at People News Chronicle whose Special interest is in Politics, Crime, Entertainment and Technology news.

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