Arun Govil, Who Played Lord Ram in Ramayan, Joins BJP: What it Means for the Party Before Assembly Elections
Arun Govil's joining can push BJP's political aspirations further as most of the party leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, begin their rally address with the chant of 'Jai Shri Ram' — a character played by Govil that made him a household name.
Arun Govil, who attempted the job of Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan, joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday. The entertainer returned spotlight during cross country Covid lockdown when the epic TV show was rerun, and broke all past records to get perhaps the most watched diversion shows around the world.
"A few group are not prepared to comprehend. They have a type of hypersensitivity. They need to comprehend that Lord Ram is our ideal. For what reason would you need to stand up to? This will be lethal for country building. This nation has a place with Lord Ram," he said while joining.
Govil's joining can push BJP's political yearnings further as the vast majority of the gathering chiefs, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, consistently start their assembly address with the serenade of 'Jai Shri Ram' — a character played by Govil that made him a commonly recognized name.
Jai Shri Ram in a real sense implies triumph to Lord Ram, he ruler of Ayodhya referenced in different renditions of Ramayana. Be that as it may, lately, more than strict, the trademark hosts turned political with gatherings quibbling over it.