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Dasharath hesitantly agrees to crown Bharat, the king, and send Ram away. Sita urges Ram to take her along with him. Urmila supports Lakshman's decision of accompanying Ram. Ram leaves Ayodhya in his exile with Sita and Lakshman. Bharat and Shatrughna receive a message asking them to return to Ayodhya. A grieving Dasharatha passes away and Sumitra blames Kaikeyi for his death. Bharat asks Mandavi and Vashistha about Ram. When he learns about Kaikeyi's misdeed, he blames her for Dashrath's death. He confronts her for her actions against Ram. Bharata refuses to become the king of Ayodhya. Bharat and Janak decide to bring Ram back to Ayodhya. Kaikeyi is grateful to Janak for reminding her about her love for Ram. She requests Bharat to take her along with him to meet Ram.
Marich disguises himself as an injured golden deer to distract Ram from Sita and leads him far into the forest. Sita sees the injured golden deer and tells Ram that she wants to cure it. Ram tells Lakshman to stay with Sita while he goes to bring the deer. Meanwhile, Hanuman tells Sugriva that Bali has made Rumā his slave. Hanuman tells Sugriva that he will seek help from the other kings to defeat Bali. However, Ram is shocked when Marich calls out to Sita and Lakshman in his voice. Sita is worried about hearing Ram's cries. Marich apologizes to Ram for his misdeed and dies. Sita orders Lakshman to go into the jungle to look for Ram. Lakshman hesitantly agrees and draws a powerful line Lakshmana Rekha which no immoral creature could cross to protect Sita, but tells Sita not to cross it or the power would go. Lakshman leaves. Ravan disguises as a sage and tricks Sita to cross the Lakshmana Rekha line. Sita tries to run, but he ends up abducting her.
Dipika Chikhlia Topiwala is an Indian actress known for playing Devi Sita in Ramanand Sagar's television series Ramayan and for acting in other Indian TV serials. She was also known for her debut film Sun Meri Laila (1983), opposite Raj Kiran and three Hindi films with Rajesh Khanna, which were Rupaye Dus Karod, Ghar Ka Chiraag and Khudai.
Chikhlia made her debut as lead actress in Sun Meri Laila (1983), opposite Raj Kiran. Bollywood was part of the television serial Dada Daadi Ki Kahani in 1985. She meanwhile did supporting roles in hit films like Bhagwan Dada (1986), Kala Dhanda Goray Log (1986) and Doorie (1989) and played lead heroine in the horror film Cheekh (1986) and Raat Ke Andhere Mein (1987).
Later in 1987, Chikhlia played the female lead role of Sita in Ramanand Sagar's television series Ramayan. Before starring in Ramayan, she was the part of Ramanand Sagar's Vikram Aur Betaal. She continued getting lead roles in hit TV serials like The Sword of Tipu Sultan and Luv Kush (both in 1989). Her only hits in Hindi films were Ghar Ka Chiraag (1989) and Rupaye Dus Karod (1991), both of which had Rajesh Khanna in the lead. She got more footage in the film Khudai, but the film was a commercial failure in 1994. She played the romantic lead of Rajesh Khanna in two films, Ghar Ka Chiraag and Khudai. Her Kannada film as the lead heroine opposite Shankar Nag was a box office hit in 1990 and her Bengali films Asha O Bhalobasha (1989), opposite Prosenjit Chatterjee and Tamil film Naangal (1992) opposite Prabhu were box office hits. She also got a supporting role in a Malayalam movie, Ithile Iniyum Varu (1986), which had Mammootty in the lead. She met with limited success in Hindi films after 1992, as Sanam Aap Ki Khatir (1992) flopped, which had her as main lead heroine, she only got supporting roles in Hindi films.
Chikhlia was also seen in the TV serial Chutta Chheda (2017) on Colors Gujarati channel. The Gujarati film Nattsamrat is to be released in August 2018 and she will be seen in her upcoming Hindi movie Gaalib (2018-2019). Dipika Chikhlia is working again.
The interesting fact is that she started her career in television serials. After acting in a couple of serials, the actress acted in the very famous TV show Kumkum Bhagya in which she played the role of Bulbul Arora Khanna. The serial was telecasted on Zee TV and it became one of the most favourite shows for every household back then.
The serial was also dubbed in Telugu as Kumkuma Bhagya and was telecasted on Zee Telugu. Later the actress got noticed with the films Super 30, Batla House l, and Jersey. Going by the response Mrunal is all set to appear in more Telugu films.
Rama Seetha was one of the biggest successful serials. Vasudev and Preethi Srinivas are the lead actors. And also everyone who acted in this serial got good fame including child artists. Dhanvi is one of them. She acted in many serials and films as a child artist. She took a break after the Surya Vamsham serial and made her come back with the film Paagal. She played an important role in this film. His father is also an actor, he acted in the serial Mogalirekulu as Satya. His name was Vijay Reddy. Karthika Deepam serial fame Krithika and Dhanvi are cousins.
Ramlila, a dramatic folk re-enactment of the epic is found not only in the Indian subcontinent, but also in Bali, Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand. Scholars also note that the tradition of Ramlila is ancient.
Norvin Hein speculates an ancient grand tradition of Vaishnava dance dramas to explain the similarity of themes, gestures and staging conventions between diverse performance traditions across the country like Kathakali, Kathak, Yakshagana etc.
According to Hein, since the Muslim rule destroyed the bases of patronage and training required for the top down dissemination of the epics, the folk dramas adapted to the admittedly adverse conditions, wherein a simple performance could be quickly orchestrated with relatively few resources.
Comprising 24,000 verses in seven cantos, the epic contains the teachings of the very ancient Hindu sages. One of the most important literary works of ancient India, it has greatly influenced art and culture in the Indian subcontinent and South East Asia, with versions of the story also appearing in the Buddhist canon from a very early date. The story of Rama has constantly been retold in poetic and dramatic versions by some of India's greatest writers and also in narrative sculptures on temple walls. It is one of the staples of later dramatic traditions, re-enacted in dance-dramas, village theatre, shadow-puppet theatre and the annual Ram-lila (Rama-play).
The epic's poetic stature and marvellous story means that the story of Rama has been constantly retold by some of India's greatest writers both in Sanskrit and regional languages. It is one of the staples of various dramatic traditions, in court drama, dance-dramas, and in shadow-puppet theatres. In northern India, the annual Ram-lila or 'Rama-play' is performed at the autumn festival of Dassehra to celebrate with Rama and Sita the eventual triumph of light over darkness.
A hugely popular television series, 'Ramayan', was aired in India 1987-1988, drawing over 100 million viewers to become 'the world's most viewed mythological serial'. Dubbed 'Ramayan' fever by India Today magazine, it was reported that India came to a virtual standstill as so many people who could gain access to a television stopped whatever they were doing to watch the small screen adventures of Rama. From January 2008, a new big-budget primetime series of the Ramayana has been appearing on television screens across India.
The Ramayana manuscripts commissioned by Rana Jagat Singh of Mewar (1628-1652) were illustrated on the grandest scale so that no episode or detail of importance was omitted. This necessitated the revival of the ancient narrative method of simultaneous narration used in both sculpture and painting. In European or Islamic illustration, each picture usually concentrates on depicting a single episode of the story - but in the Indian method, each picture might capture several episodes in the story so that the characters appear more than once in the same picture.
Seetha Rama is an upcoming Indian Kannada-language television serial. Nithin Krishnamurthy is the director and producer of the serial. Vaishnavi Gowda and Gagan Chinappa are showing up in the lead role. What is more, the serial is produced under the banner of RRR Creations.
The serial is loosely based on the storyline of the Marathi television show Majhi Tujhi Reshimgath. It depicts the story of a ill-fated girl Seetha whose husband deserts her when she becomes pregnant.
Amber Lone (dramatist) is a bold new British Asian voice. She has had three acclaimed plays at Birmingham Rep: Paradise (2003), Deadeye(2006) & Four Streets (2009). She was a regular writer on Silver Street for BBC Asian network
Niraj Chag (composer) wrote outstanding original music for the R4 dramatisation of The Mahabharata. He wrote a witty score for Rafta Rafta at the National Theatre currently being made into a feature film . He has written and produced his own albums 'Along the Dusty Road' 2006 and 'Lost Souls' 2009 and composed music for BBC TV documentaries on Turner, Picasso and Bhopal.
However, one month down the line, the serial appears to have taken wings of its own and deviated completely from the original text of Valmiki Ramayana. Moreover, the much-touted perspective of Sita is yet to emerge as well.
Though the serial at first had raised expectations of this writer with its VFX, soon it became clear that the serial has VFX alone without much substance or value to write about. The serial has not only distorted the original story, but has tried to impose modern secular-liberal values upon the Ramayana thereby making a complete mockery of the Hindu text which is not only considered as a true account of history (itihasa) in Hindu tradition but is also held in high respect and sacredness by millions of Hindus. 2b1af7f3a8