after the success of ‘Ramayana’, which started on public demand amid lockdown, Doordarshan is now going to re-air ‘Love Kush’, originally known as ‘Uttar Ramayana’. However, from April 19, it will be telecasted only in the 9 o’clock slot, while only the repeat episode will be telecasted in the 9 o’clock slot. This information was given by Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar on Twitter. He has also indicated that in the coming time the popular show ‘Sri Krishna’ of the 90s can also be telecast again.
Shashi wrote in his tweet, “Education classes have been started in the morning through Doordarshan and All India Radio in many states. In view of this, fresh episodes of ‘Uttar Ramayana’ will be shown in the 9 pm slot only, The repeat telecast will be done in the 9 o’clock slot. ”
Starting next Sunday, Shashi wrote in his next tweet, “The finale of the main story of the war case will be telecast at 9 am on Sunday. The episode related to Uttarakhand from 9 pm on Sunday night, which will be in the form of Uttar Ramayana Are built, will start airing. ”
The original ‘Ramayana’ concludes on Saturday
Shashi wrote in another tweet, “The remaining episodes of the Ramayana war case will be telecast tomorrow at 9 am tomorrow and Saturday so that the main storyline ends before the start of Uttarakhand. Could. ” Significantly, Ramanand Sagar’s show ‘Ramayana’ first started in 1987. It was rebroadcast from 28 March 2020 and became the most-watched show on TV, breaking a five-year record.
Work is going on Sri Krishna as well
Tagging Shashi Shekhar, when a Twitter user appealed to him to re-telecast Sri Krishna, he replied, “We are working on it. We will give you an update soon. Keep watching.” ‘Srikrishna’ with 221 episodes was the first telecast between 1993 and 1996. Its author, director, and producer was Ramanand Sagar.