After Doordarshan, now Ramanand Sagar's 'Ramayan' on Star Plus is once again being broadcast.
new Delhi: Ramanand Sagar's 'Ramayan' retellcast is getting Star Plus these days. Which has got a lot of love from the audience. The episode of Ram Sethu will air on TV on Friday. For which the audience is very excited. Meanwhile, actor Sunil Lahiri, who played the role of Laxman in 'Ramayana', shared a video on Twitter and told how this scene was shot.
Talking about shooting for the scene of Ram Sethu, Sunil Lahiri said that when we were shooting this scene, we were a little upset. Because I could not understand how this shoot would happen. No bridge was built. Can't see anything on the set. But a miniature was made which would be about one and a half feet long and would be about 6 inches wide.
He further said that small stones were pasted on a wooden plate in it. Which was very real to see. He was small, but how would he be so big. A separate camera was installed for this. The camera was placed according to which a very long bridge would be found.
Sunil Lahiri said that the sea was shown in the second camera. The plate that was made was captured in the ocean. In the third camera, we were in Croma and the fourth camera was shooting stones. There were also some real big stones and some were acrylic stones. Large stones were ordered on the set. Those who drowned in water. At the same time, acrylic stones on which 'Ram' was written, did not drown. In this way, this scene was shot with the help of four cameras. When people saw the mix results of the four cameras, everyone was shocked.
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