As we try to pass our time during this lockdown, TV channels are also doing their bit by bringing back cult shows such as Ramayan, Circus, and Mahabharat. These shows are being telecast again all set to entertain the audience during the 21 days of the lockdown. As shows Ramayan and Mahabharat are back on TV during the lockdown, actor Rahul Sharma speaks up on how the generation today can benefit from watching the telecast these kinds of shows. The actor also talks about his childhood memories.
Sharing his viewpoint with his fans, actor Rahul Sharma says that this is a great time for the younger generation to understand our culture and where we come from. “These shows are historical. I have grown up watching these shows and they have helped me gain a different kind of perspective in life, a basic ideology about life. So, when you telecast these kinds of shows, firstly people will work on their Hindi and secondly, they will understand our culture, the kind of ideology we share from our ancient times. They will understand the thought process of Ram and Krishna. I think today’s generation can really benefit from these shows,” says Rahul, who is part of Pyar Ki Luka Chuppi.
Rahul Sharma added, “I am not sure how much they will connect to these shows though. I feel if we expose our children to these kinds of shows, it will be great for their mental health. It will create a good impact on them.”
Rahul, too, is happy to watch these shows again. “I am happy that I am getting to relive my memories. I remember how I used to spend my days watching Ramayan, Mahabharat, and Circus. These were my favorite shows,” he says. Meanwhile, apart from Ramayan and Mahabharat, shows like Shaktiman, Dekh Bhai Dekh, and several others are back with a bang, ready to entertain the audience. Also Read: Re-Run Of Mythological Show Ramayan Is A Bumper HIT; Garners Record-Breaking 170 Million Viewers
Image source: Instagram/ Rahul Sharma
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