Colors TV launches a magnum opus mythological show ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush'

Starring Himanshu Soni, Shivya Pathania, Harshit Kabra and Krish Chauhan, Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush will show the journey of Lord Ram-Sita through the lens of Luv and Kush.

Colors TV launches a magnum opus mythological show ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush'

Hindi GEC Colors is all set to launch its magnum opus ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush’ which focuses on the journey of Lord Ram-Sita through the lens of Luv and Kush. An artistic rendition of the revered Hindu scripture, Ramayan, the show is all set to enchant viewers with its grandeur and creative storytelling.

An epic tale of the Ramayan will have Ram Sita at its centre and will bring alive the virtues of faith, love, bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice. Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush boasts of a stellar cast of Himanshu Soni as Lord Ram, Shivya Pathania as Sita, Harshit Kabra as Luv and Krish Chauhan as Kush.

Talking about the new show, actress Shivya Pathania said, I come from a middle-class family, hailing from Himachal where my entire family worships Sita Maa. Firstly, when I got the confirmation for this role, my parents cried in joy. They felt that their dream has come true. I have played various characters related to mythology in the past and my parents always wished that someday I should be able to portray the character of Sita. Now, their faith in me and my faith in Sita Maiya encourages me to work harder.” 

The best of artisans from each field have contributed to creating this rendition of Ramayana, the music, one of the most important elements has been given a lot of attention. Known for their popular indie-pop tracks, Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur has composed the title track for Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush. Bringing to life this specially composed song will be none other than legendary Udit Narayan who has lent his surreal voice, and the music is composed by veteran music composer Amar Haldipur's sons.

Sharing his excitement about the collaboration, singer Udit Narayan said, “This song is very close to my heart as it reminded me of my yesteryears. I come from Mithila, the land of goddess Sita, and have sung for stage Ramayan all through my young days. Ramayan is a part of my soul now. I felt a gush of memories, which got me nostalgic while recording the song. The song has this beautiful soulful lyrics that will add to the divine strains of this epic saga and will be loved by all the generations. This is one of my recordings that had my mother deeply involved in the preparation as well as the recording. The show has been very authentically conceptualized, and I am really glad to have associated with a show of this scale and reach.”

Boasting of its uncustomary designs and intricacy the set is one of the composites set up of Indian television in today’s time. A team of more than 1000 skilled workers has been employed to bring alive the story of Ramayana through the sets. The team has been doubling hours and working day and night to beautifully blend India’s rich mytho and the creative imagination of the team.

Commenting on the grandeur of the set, ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush’ producer Siddharth Kumar Tewary said, “The set of the show is the result of a lot of effort and deep thinking. We were challenged and more excited to create the different worlds of the Ramayana. We had to create the Ayodhya palace, the ashram and the forest where Luv and Kush grew up. Everything was very well thought through to bring things alive the pages of Ramayan in the most creative way.”

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