Arun Govil made many sacrifices for the role of Ram
In the 90s, Arun Govil made a lot of headlines by playing the role of Lord Ram. As such, the religious book Ramayana was seen many times in different ways on the small screen at that time. But, even today whenever there is talk of Ram’s character, the first name that comes to everyone’s mind is actor Arun Govil. Not only this, all the characters of Ramayana at that time created their own image.
Because of this, there were rejections for the first time
Today we tell you that Arun Govil also had to face rejection to get this character. During an interview, Arun Govil had told how Ramanand Sagar had earlier rejected him in the audition. The reason for which was that Arun Govil had a bad addiction to cigarette smoking.
had a bad addiction to cigarettes
Arun Govil had told that the person playing this character should not be addicted to any bad habit. So, to get this role, Arun gave up his cigarette addiction. However, he did not give up this addiction suddenly, his co-star interrupted him saying, ‘We consider you Lord Ram and you smoke cigarettes’. Just then he made up his mind that he would leave the habit of smoking cigarettes forever.
The actor gave up the habit for the character
When the shooting of this serial started, Arun Govil gave up the habit of smoking while playing this character. But, Arun Govil, who has settled in the hearts of fans with the role of Ram, has kept distance from acting for a long time now. Apart from Ramayana, he has been seen in many films like ‘Itni Si Baat’ ‘Tribute’ ‘Jiyo To Aise Jio’ ‘Sawan Ko Aane Do’.
Actor became famous with the character of ‘Ram’
The way Arun Govil gained popularity from this serial, hardly any serial got him so much love from the fans. In those days people worshiped Arun Govil by putting up posters of him in their homes. Not only this, whenever people see him at the airport today, they touch his feet thinking it to be Lord Ram. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that his hard work for the character of Lord Ram paid off.