Check out who enters the sets of Siya Ke Ram!
STAR Plus’ popular mythological saga, Siya Ke Ram, has been loved by the audience since its very inception. The entire concept of the show is Ramayana from Sita’s perspective, and has been extremely well received by the audiences who do not miss even a single episode of the show.
One such special fan of Siya Ke Ram is 6-year-old, Anvi Bansal, from Delhi. The little one wrote to STAR India, upset about the fact, that the show which used to come every day from Monday to Sunday, has now been shifted to 5 days a week.
Such an unusual request was considered by higher authorities in the channel, and little Anvi, who is a big fan of Sita, visited the sets of Siya Ke Ram in Hyderabad to meet the cast and witness the shoot of the show. The young girl met the entire cast of the show, including Ram (Ashish Sharma), lakshman (Karan Suchak), hanuman (Danish Akhtar) and her most favourite person, Sita (played by Madirakshi Mundle) too. The little girl happily posed for pictures with the entire cast of the show and was the most excited to witness the shoot happening live on set.
Talking about the same, Madirakshi Mundle, who plays Sita said, “Through this show, we are trying to show Sita as a strong, courageous, and independent woman. The fact that a 6-year-old at such a tender age is highly inspired by Sita and keeps saying that Sita is my inspiration speaks a lot. Ever since I heard about Anvi, I was dying to meet her and did so many preparations to welcome her on our set. She brought me a very beautiful card and also spent a good time with me on set.”
“Another endearing thing was that she has religiously observed all the unseen facets of the Ramayana that we have tried to project through our show and noticed them. This gesture of hers melted my heart. It was lovely to have her come down and meet us.
Ashish Sharma, who plays Ram, too voiced similar opinions and said “The fact that we have been able to give out the strong message through Siya Ke Ram, and it is reaching not only the audience who knows about the Ramayana, but also a 6-year-old child, who is so deeply involved in our cultural heritage speaks volumes. Anvi got me a friendship band saying that I am her friend now. She was such a sweet little girl and spending those few minutes with her while she smiled to glory being with us was extremely heartening.”