‘Ramayan’ actor Arun Govil disappointed after attending Ram Mandir’s consecration ceremony: ‘Didn’t get to…’

Ramayan‘ actor Arun Govil, who became a household name for playing the legendary character of Lord Ram, has spoken about attending Ram Mandir’s consecration ceremony. Bharat 24 has reported the actor was left a tad bit disappointed and he has a reason behind it.

The actor was quoted saying, “The dream has been fulfilled but I did not get to do ‘darshan’. I can’t say anything at the moment.”

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Actor Kangana Ranaut says it’s her “good fortune” to be invited for the Ram temple consecration ceremony here on Monday.

The 36-year-old actor on Sunday met her spiritual guru Rambhadracharya and participated in a yagya at a temple here.

Ranaut, who reached Ayodhya on Saturday, said devotees are waiting for Lord Ram’s arrival.

“I have come here to meet my Guru Rambhadracharya ji. Many priests are carrying out rituals and reciting verses in the name of Lord Hanuman. The energy here is miraculous.

“It’s my good fortune that I’m getting an opportunity to be part of this (consecration) ceremony. We all are busy making arrangements to welcome Ram Lalla ji. The whole city of Ayodhya is decked up with flowers to welcome Him. May Lord Ram bless us. Jai Shri Ram!” the actor told reporters here.

Ranaut also paid a visit to the Hanuman Garhi temple for a clean-up drive, but she said she had to leave soon after she was mobbed.

Actor couple Randeep Hooda and Lin Laishram, who were spotted at the Mumbai airport before heading to Ayodhya on Sunday, said the Ram temple ceremony is a big day for Indian culture.

“Shri Ram is not only a religious symbol but he also represents our culture and civilisation. This day will bring everyone across the country and world together. We are happy to be a part of this event,” Hooda said.

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