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Ramayana’s replay airs; this is how Twitter reacted


Viewers have welcomed the Ramayana replay during the 21-day close. The channel aired its first episode today, and most of the audience praised the iconic show.

Several of them went to Twitter to share interesting anecdotes. There were some who were nostalgic, and others who highlighted the relevance of having those programs on the small screen. However, some were not happy with the repetition.

One user wrote: “Full attendance in front of the television at 9 am We are reliving our childhood (I was 7 years old and my parents bought me a Bush television to watch this show) … my children might never understand it, but I am happy they are looking at me. ”

Another shared: “Ramayan returns in style * Not only does the first episode of Ramayan block Doordarshan’s website due to high traffic * But it also becomes the most searched Google site in India. This shows the love Indians have towards Prabhu Shri Ram. ”

A nostalgic user tweeted: “I remembered seeing Ramayana with the whole family and neighbors who did not have a television also used to get together. The television room used to fill up. I had never seen so much emotion in any series these days.”

Take a look at what others said:

Prasar Bharti CEO Shashi Shekhar recently confirmed the return of Ramayana and Mahabharata on the small screen.

He shared: “I am happy to announce that, at the request of the public, we will begin the broadcast of ‘Ramayana’ from tomorrow, Saturday March 28 on DD National, one episode in the morning from 9 am to 10 am, another in the afternoon from 9 pm to 10 pm. @Narendramodi @PIBIndia @DDNational “.

Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana and B R Chopra’s Mahabharata addressed television screens in the late 1980s and mid-1990s. They were a delight to the audience and were widely enjoyed on Sundays.

Times of India