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When Kishan raps for Ram

Updated on: 18 January,2024 06:31 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Bhojpuri star Ravi Kishan, who has rapped in Ayodhya ke Shri Ram, says song is tribute to the lord ahead of Ram Mandir’s opening

When Kishan raps for Ram

Ravi Kishan

Rap isn’t the first thing you associate with Ravi Kishan. But going behind the mic comes easy to the Bhojpuri actor. He previously tried his hand at rapping with the 2022 number, UP mein sab ba, and the Gujarati-Bhojpuri track, Gujarat ma Modi chhe, later in the same year. Now, the actor has not only featured in the devotional song, Ayodhya ke Shri Ram, but also rapped in it. For him, the song, which released yesterday, carries “the hopes of millions.” “It isn’t just a song, it’s a homecoming. Every verse thrums with the joy of a dream coming true,” says Kishan, who plays a devotee of Lord Ram in Mahak Chaudhury’s music video. “I am a Ram bhakht in real life, and there is nothing more gratifying than getting an opportunity to play the role of Lord Ram’s devotee. So, I immediately said yes to the music video. The construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is a historical event. Ayodhya ke Shri Ram is a small tribute to Lord Ram.”

The actor-MP, who was recently seen in Mission Raniganj (2023), won’t be able to attend the Ram Mandir inauguration in Ayodhya on January 22. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has requested us to light a lamp at our nearest temple. So, I’ll be engaged in the temple cleanliness drive in my constituency, Gorakhpur. But I’ll surely visit the Ram Mandir soon.”

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