The most epic of all epics, the Ramayana, has existed forever. Even though this narrative has been told countless times, the appeal of Lord Ram’s existence still feels charming and current. For thousands of years, it has served as the human race’s compass.
Aryan Heritage Foundation’s Broadway Ramlila is providing the same magic to the audience, in the shape of a large stage play, as Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana did in the 1980s, when it was brought into every home. The most noteworthy accomplishment of this performance is that it tells the complete Ramayana tale in just three hours.
When the programme revamped its portrayal and became India’s first Ramlila to be screened at multiplexes, adhering to all COVID requirements, it reached the height of its popularity during the pandemic years. Now, The Multiplex Ramlila is another common name for the production.
The performance, also known as Sampurna Ramayana, tries to transport viewers to Tretayug and give them a strange experience that is lifelike.
With the aid of a cutting-edge 3D Multi Layer Stage Design, 17 Original Sound Tracks by Udit Narayan, Kailash Kher, Kumar Vishu, Jeetender Singh, and others, Music Direction by Chandra Kamal & Bharat Kamal, Direction by Shashidharan Nair, more than 100 professional actors and dancers, spectacular sets and costumes, and of course a deftly woven story by Valmiki, voiced by Mukesh Khanna, the audience remains stuck to the screen.
Yet again, with their performance of “Broadway Ramlila,” the Aryan Heritage Foundation, led by Rajender Mittal, welcomes spectators for an unforgettable experience.
Where: Thursday, 29 September – Tuesday, 4 October 2022
When: Netaji Subhash Place (Near Omaxe Mall), Pitampura, New Delhi.