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After Ramayan, Doordarshan brings back Mahabharat on TV

After Ramayan, Doordarshan brings back Mahabharat on TV
After Ramayan, Doordarshan brings back Mahabharat on TV

BR Chopra’ Mahabharata, which originally aired on 2nd October 1988 to 24th June 1990, featured Nitish Bhardwaj as Krishna and Roopa Ganguly as Draupadi, with Gajendra Chauhan, Praveen Kumar, Arjun, Sanjeev Chitre and Sameer Chitre as the Pandavas, and Punit Issar essaying Duryodhana.

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On the demand of the public,  the Union Minister Prakash Javadekar announced that Ramayan is making a comeback on Doordarshan, and fans were waiting for Mahabharat‘s return as well. Later in the day, Prakash Javadekar  announced that they are bringing back BR Chopra’s Mahabharat which is going to entertain the people once again. As the citizens of India are locked down at their homes, they want to go down the memory lane and enjoy Ramayan  and Mahabharat on Televisions.

 Union Minister Prakash Javadekar also revealed that just like Ramayan, BR Chopra’ Mahabharat will also air twice daily, starting from 28th March. He revealed that the show Mahabharat will be broadcast on DD Bharti at 12 noon and 7 pm.

 Recently Nitish Bharadwaj,  who essayed the role of Bhagwan Shri Krishna in the epic drama interacted with media and said ” Ramayan will teach today’s generation restraint whereas Mahabharat will give them so many things to think about and it will also help them introspect.”

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