Ramayan Re-Run: When Debina Bonnerjee Said No To Taking Pheras With Gurmeet Chaudhary's Duplicate

A real-life incident on the sets of Ramayan is a perfect narration of the bond between the onscreen Ram and Sita, Debina and Gurmeet.

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Ramayan Re-Run: When Debina Bonnerjee Said No To Taking Pheras With Gurmeet Chaudhary's Duplicate
Ramayan, the legendary romantic tale is being televised on Dangal TV where Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Bonnerjee are playing the role of Lord Ram and Goddess Sita respectively. A real-life incident on the set of Ramayan is a perfect narration of the bond between the onscreen Ram and Sita. As we all know the two fall in love on the sets and later got married in real life. But do you know what happened at the reel life wedding? Well Debina wasn't ready to take pheras except Gurmeet.

While shooting the wedding sequence, Gurmeet Choudhary fell very ill and was hospitalized for a week. His condition was very bad and had no energy to leave the hospital room let alone go on the set to shoot. Since it was an important sequence which could not be delayed, the makers decided to continue shooting with a duplicate artist. Owing to the wedding sequence, the director decided to cover the face of Gurmeet’s body double with a ‘sehra’ made of flowers. ALSO READRamayan Actor Gurmeet Chaudhary: 'People Touched Our Feet When We Were In 20s'- EXCLUSIVE

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A day prior to shooting the actual wedding (taking vows), Debina Bonnerjee emotionally convinced Gurmeet at the hospital and said “Gurmeet, tomorrow is the final wedding shoot and I am not going to take the vows with your duplicate. You have to turn up on the set come what may!” ALSO READ: Gurmeet Choudhary & Debina Bonnerjee’s Throwback Pictures From Their Secret Wedding

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Hearing this, a sense of energy and realization passed through Gurmeet that he could not let a substitute take his place on the D-Day. He consulted the doctor and even though he wasn’t 100%, showed up on the set and shot the sequence. Well, that’s what a real Lord Ram would do too.





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