Siddharth Kumar Tewary: The beauty of Ram Siya Ke… is that the story starts where Ramayana ended!

Hues’ is thinking of Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s artful culmination Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush with another bend. Highlighting Himanshu Soni and Shivya Pathania in main jobs, the show will narrative the deep rooted story of Ramayana yet through Ram and Sita’s kids Luv and Kush’s points of view. The show starts when Ram and Sita come back to Ayodhya following 14 years of woods oust (vanvas) while Sita is an eager mother. How she leaves Ayodhya and lives in the timberland and brings up her youngsters and how in the end they understand their identity frames the layout of storyline.

We had a select talk with Siddharth Kumar Tewary about the show, and he imparted to us the thought and motivation behind curating it, his interest towards folklore and significantly more…

Ramayana has been made endless occasions on TV, so how extraordinary will be Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush regarding content?

Along these lines, Mahabharata was my first fanciful show and it’s perhaps the greatest story that this nation has seen and after that there was Ramayana. As a tyke, I’ve heard accounts of Ramayana, I have viewed the epic arrangement and I constantly needed to minister Ramayana myself. I feel that we should know about our foundations so as to know about our worth framework. I think in the present occasions we have to recount stories like this to show our youngsters our history, our nation and the qualities joined with it.

So I needed to make it, however with an alternate point of view and I thought why not make it from the viewpoint of Luv and Kush. The magnificence of the show is that the story begins where Ramayana finished. The story begins when Ram and Sita come back to Ayodhya. By one way or another this idea truly energized me and thus, Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush.

How could you inquire about and get ready for the story?

I’ve perused Valmiki Ramayana and various books to become more acquainted with the story as well as to uncover further to discover obscure actualities and data about the story. So how I work is that I inquire about for the substance, I read it, get it, decipher it and afterward compose my adaptation of the story.

Have you generally been interested towards fanciful stories?

No, really it was not at all like that. When I was making Mahabharata, which was my greatest dream and took five years, I understood that I would be honored to make substance like this. There is a great deal more in these accounts than just diversion, you get the chance to gain such a great amount from it. In this way, it’s captivating that I get the opportunity to get familiar with a great deal, I get the chance to envision a world that existed, it is such a major test and I believe I’m honored to have the option to make the world on screen.

Slam Siya Ke Luv Kush will head on Colors’ from fifth August.

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