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Posted: 8 years ago
Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Originally posted by Krishni51


Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Lakshman's anger today was shown very well.Smile After a long time we are seeing this angry side of Lakshman. Nishant was also brilliant as Bharat. These two brothers were at their best today.Clap
 
But I was a bit disappointed with Gagan's acting. Since the past few episodes it seems like he's not putting in as much effort as he should. Did anyone else feel this way? He has the same type of expression all the time.Ermm
 
@Janaki absolute...I didn't watch the episode but I want to ask something?
 
Even I'm disappointed with Gagan's acting since the past few episodes..Is it incomplete from his side? or is it something with the way they are projecting him though he is giving his best?...I'm not getting what do you say???Confused
 
Yeah, even I don't know whether it's the characterization of Ram or Gagan himself, but I feel disappointed whenever I see him onscreen.Confused Neha is a good actress and the only reason I don't enjoy the Sita scenes is that Sita is being projected with an attitude problem and sometimes tantrumy, but Neha herself is interesting to watch when Sita is characterized fine. As for Neil, even he is interesting to watch when Lakshman is characterized well. But Gagan is always the same. He always has the same expression on his face no matter what kind of situation it is, sad or happy, serious or lighthearted.Ermm
 
TrueClap
I'm copy-pasting thisLOL
 
He was calm and stable in nature...but that doesn't mean he was without any movement or expression!
 
I have to make sometime and watch 2009 Ramayan...
 
I'm interested and curious to see how Gurmeet did justice to his role(Ram)!
Edited by Krishni51 - 8 years ago
Posted: 8 years ago
Originally posted by nneeiill


@krishni : if other actors can do such an awesome job..then being the lead what is stopping him...certainly his acting is lacking...most of the time ram's face has zero expressions...a more charismatic RAM would have made a lot of difference to the show...

I think the directors tried to bring actors who resembled the ones in 1986 Ramayana. Neil resembles Sunil Lahri, and Gagan even resembles Arun Govil in some way, but the thing is, they paid less attention to his acting. I am beginning to think Gagan is a misfit for Ram because even after all these episodes, he hasn't improved at all. He is at the same place he was during the beginning of the show. He has only one expression all the time, in all the scenes. To be honest, he's very boring to watch.
Posted: 8 years ago
Originally posted by Krishni51


Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Originally posted by Krishni51


Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Lakshman's anger today was shown very well.Smile After a long time we are seeing this angry side of Lakshman. Nishant was also brilliant as Bharat. These two brothers were at their best today.Clap
 
But I was a bit disappointed with Gagan's acting. Since the past few episodes it seems like he's not putting in as much effort as he should. Did anyone else feel this way? He has the same type of expression all the time.Ermm
 
@Janaki absolute...I didn't watch the episode but I want to ask something?
 
Even I'm disappointed with Gagan's acting since the past few episodes..Is it incomplete from his side? or is it something with the way they are projecting him though he is giving his best?...I'm not getting what do you say???Confused
 
Yeah, even I don't know whether it's the characterization of Ram or Gagan himself, but I feel disappointed whenever I see him onscreen.Confused Neha is a good actress and the only reason I don't enjoy the Sita scenes is that Sita is being projected with an attitude problem and sometimes tantrumy, but Neha herself is interesting to watch when Sita is characterized fine. As for Neil, even he is interesting to watch when Lakshman is characterized well. But Gagan is always the same. He always has the same expression on his face no matter what kind of situation it is, sad or happy, serious or lighthearted.Ermm
 
TrueClap
I'm copy-pasting thisLOL
 
He was calm and stable in nature...but that doesn't mean he was without any movement or expression!
 
I have to make sometime and watch 2009 Ramayan...
 
I'm interested and curious to see how Gurmeet did justice to his role(Ram)!
 
Yeah, it's a common misconception with people that since Ram was calm, he was dull, but that's not true. Both in Valmiki Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas, Lord Rama's character is a very active one! He was a fierce warrior who made his enemies tremble with fear, and at the same time he was calm and peaceful when need be.
 
Lord Ram is called Maryada Purushotham NOT because he was always calm, but because he showed the proper emotion in every moment of his life. When people sinned, he got very angry, when devotees came to him for shelter, he was merciful, and with Sita Ma he was romanticWink. With his brothers he was very loving and protective, Lord Ram expressed ALL the emotions of a human life so to show him only calm is a big blunder.
 
Gurmeet was just wonderful as Lord Ram. I'm not saying this as a fan, but as an unbiased viewer of all mythological shows. In fact, I became a fan of his after Ramayan only. He defined Lord Ram for me, and he enacted the role so well that sometimes, I felt as if I was seeing Lord Ram himself onscreen.Embarrassed
Edited by JanakiRaghunath - 8 years ago
Posted: 8 years ago
Yeah, it's a common misconception with people that since Ram was calm, he was dull, but that's not true. Both in Valmiki Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas, Lord Rama's character is a very active one! He was a fierce warrior who made his enemies tremble with fear, and at the same time he was calm and peaceful when need be.
Lord Ram is called Maryada Purushotham NOT because he was always calm, but because he showed the proper emotion in every moment of his life. When people sinned, he got very angry, when devotees came to him for shelter, he was merciful, and with Sita Ma he was romanticWink. With his brothers he was very loving and protective, Lord Ram expressed ALL the emotions of a human life so to show him only calm is a big blunder.
Gurmeet was just wonderful as Lord Ram. I'm not saying this as a fan, but as an unbiased viewer of all mythological shows. In fact, I became a fan of his after Ramayan only. He defined Lord Ram for me, and he enacted the role so well that sometimes, I felt as if I was seeing Lord Ram himself onscreen.Embarrassed
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Yah you right!
He expressed everything , he was devoted but yet not attached!
Oh really!this makes me more curious...I wish I watched 2009 Ramayan when it was aired on TV!Ouch
Posted: 8 years ago
but i feel lakshman and bharat scene was not overdone at all..infact as per the valmiki version they could have done more...they could shown all animals running here and there when lakshman was charging towards bharat..infact as per valmiki the anger of lakshman in this scene was volcanic and he  was unstoppable...and they did justice to the scene. and neil did just wonders with his acting prowess..hats off to him...i will go n check both the version and see for my self
Edited by nneeiill - 8 years ago
Posted: 8 years ago
and i personally dont feel that neil resembles sunil lahiri...the biggest difference is their eyes itself....

Posted: 8 years ago
Originally posted by Krishni51


Yeah, it's a common misconception with people that since Ram was calm, he was dull, but that's not true. Both in Valmiki Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas, Lord Rama's character is a very active one! He was a fierce warrior who made his enemies tremble with fear, and at the same time he was calm and peaceful when need be.
Lord Ram is called Maryada Purushotham NOT because he was always calm, but because he showed the proper emotion in every moment of his life. When people sinned, he got very angry, when devotees came to him for shelter, he was merciful, and with Sita Ma he was romanticWink. With his brothers he was very loving and protective, Lord Ram expressed ALL the emotions of a human life so to show him only calm is a big blunder.
Gurmeet was just wonderful as Lord Ram. I'm not saying this as a fan, but as an unbiased viewer of all mythological shows. In fact, I became a fan of his after Ramayan only. He defined Lord Ram for me, and he enacted the role so well that sometimes, I felt as if I was seeing Lord Ram himself onscreen.Embarrassed
 
Yah you right!
He expressed everything , he was devoted but yet not attached!
Oh really!this makes me more curious...I wish I watched 2009 Ramayan when it was aired on TV!Ouch
 
I've been sending emails to Star Utsav to telecast it again.LOL But let's see what they do. Maybe they do plan on telecasting it once another show on their channel ends. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. The entire show is on youtube though, so if you want you can see it there. I got the DVDs over Christmas because I got frustrated waiting for Star Usav, they were pretty expensive. $61!Shocked
Posted: 8 years ago
yay finally watched the full epi and wow i loved today's epi... after 4 blunders in  a row PH actually suprised me...great epi... to start with i loved the holy dip ( neilu read  hot WinkLOL) in the water and the rishi bharadwaj's peice of advice to sita and lakshmana were so meaningful he already gave the hint loved how he asked sita to take care of herself and instructed lakshman to take care of her lakshmana had tht confused look now wht tht means???LOL and ravana 's lullaby to shani also continued in this epi (  wht kind of treatment is this ravana???? u have tied shani and u r forcefully making him listen to  ur haughty tales Wacko man this is third degree torutre...ROFL now i understood y ppl were scared of him .this  third degree torture is even worst then being locked with rakhi sawantLOL okies jokes apart i loved the scene where ravana chopped off his head the graphics were good though sachin needs to brush his acting skills and he needs to improve his accent Confused coming to lakshmana it was blue day... bluey did it again he was fantabulousClap he rocked the show loved the anger wen he got the news about bharat's arrival he was particularly alarmed at the word ' army "  immediately he rushed and stopped bharat and the look he gave to bharat was so damm terrific he was full of anger and hatred Clap... the dam tht was caged inside finally broke ...and..at..that moment there was no looking back the scene was outstanding and the dialogue resembled the original version thnks zee for the small mercy..LOL...it wasn't  OTT or something that should surprise me coz in the original version lakshmana vowed to kill bharat hadn't lord rama not stopped him , lakshmana must have entered into the heated conversation something they showed us here ...he was furious but he stopped at the command of lord rama true to his character... he sulked and went away showing his displeasure... but he cant stay away from them  he doesn't have any choice does he ???? there were so many questions in his mind tht needed answers so there he was hiding behind the bush loved the way he listened quietly to bharat... he heard lord bharat and he was ashamed of himself hundred thousands tons of remorse fell upon his conscience...the tears streamed down his face and he fell on his feet asking for forgiveness... beautiful transition from an angry and impulsive brother to a remorseful sibling great performance by neil...glad king janak is coming to meet lord rama wonder y didnt they allowed shatrughan and rest mothers to come along  ...and...y  didnt lakshmana built  cottage common zee its cold outside atleast provide them small hut it isnt looking decent LOL anyways thts trivial matter so happy with today's epi..once again hats off neilClap

p.s y sitaji disappear all the time LOLlakshmanji is so confused... he is like hein ???Shockedyeah kanha chali gayi Wackopitvaayengi mujhe bhaiyaa ram seLOL
Edited by arti07 - 8 years ago

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