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#AwardForRamayan Trends On Social Media After Arun Govil Expresses His Disappointment

Shortly after 'Ramayan' actor Arun Govil expressed how he has never been honoured for his role in the show, #AwardForRamayan started trending. Check out.


Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, the government has imposed a nationwide lockdown due to which people are confined to stay indoors. Many televisions shows are not able to continue with their shoot due to this and have started telecasting previous episodes of old shows. During this time, Doordarshan started airing yesteryear shows like Ramayan and fans have been loving it.

#AwardForRamayan trends on social media

Doordarshan now has all the viewers hooked on to the re-telecast of their yesteryear hit show, Ramayan. Recently, Arun Govil aka Ram from Ramayan expressed how he has never been appreciated for his efforts for Ramayan. He said that he has never received an award from the government for his performance in the show.

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Arun Govil had expressed the same through a tweet on social media. On knowing this, many fans were shocked how such an esteemed actor has not been honoured. Soon, fans started expressing their displeasure over the same with the hashtag, #AwardForRamayan.

Here are the pleas for #AwardForRamayan:

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