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Ramayana fame actor Arun Govil aka Lord 'Ram' joins BJP

Arun Govil, who became famous in the house of the country by playing the role of Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagar's serial 'Ramayan', has joined BJP today.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 18 March 2021 11:29 AM GMT

Ramayana fame actor Arun Govil aka Lord Ram joins BJP
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New Delhi: Actor Arun Govil, who became famous in the house of the country by playing the role of Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagar's serial 'Ramayan', has joined BJP today. Arun Govil joining the BJP is considered very important before the 5 state assembly elections to be held in 5 states. It is being speculated that Arun Govil can contest assembly elections after taking BJP membership.

Arun Govil joins BJP:

After joining BJP, Govil will also campaign for the party in West Bengal. While the BJP is chanting the slogan of Jai Shri Ram in Bengal, CM Mamata Banerjee is reciting Chandi. The BJP is hoping for a big benefit from Ram's campaigning of Ramayana in the Bengal elections.

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Let us know that after the lockdown was implemented last year, the central government started the telecast of the Ramayana serial on Doordarshan. People also liked it a lot in the lockdown. Govil had so far avoided joining any political party.

About Arun Govil:

Arun Govil, born in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, G.V. F. Studied Engineering Science from College Shahjahanpur, Meerut University. Only after his studies, Arun Govil participated in some play. Arun Govil's father, Mr. Chandra Prakash Govil used to work in a government job. Arun was fourth in 6 siblings.

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If we talk about his journey as Ram. During an ongoing interview on Twitter, he was asked the question, ‘Your contribution to the acting world is amazing. Especially in Ramayana. But you have not been awarded any award for Ramayana either…? In response to this question, Arun wrote- ‘No government has given me any award.'

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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