Lav Kush Ramlila Committee in Delhi Decides Prabhas As The Chief Guest On Dussehra; Adipurush Promotion To Kickstart

President Lav Kush Ramlila Committee, Red Fort, Delhi, Arjun Kumar said that they have invited Prabhas to commemorate his passion towards Indian culture.

As Dussehra is in the offing, the Ramlila (also known as Ramleela) across North India too begins performing with vigour. It’s a series of Rama’s plays that comprises song, narration, recital and dialogues. The folk drama is watched by children, adults, and elders every year with interesting scenes happening on stage.

Prabhas, an Indian actor from Telugu cinema industry, will be seen at Lav Kush Ramlila this time in Delhi on October 5. He was showcased in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list three times since 2015 based on his income and fame. 

President Lav Kush Ramlila Committee, Red Fort, Delhi, Arjun Kumar said that they have invited Prabhas to commemorate his passion towards Indian culture. “Besides being a very popular name in the south film industry, Prabhas has been doing projects which are deep rooted in our Indian history. He did Baahubali films and will be seen playing the role of Ram in his upcoming project, Adipurush. So, we felt he is the best choice to do Ravan Dahan this year,” Hindustan Times quoted Kumar as saying.

Earlier well-known actors Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and John Abraham participated in the Ramlila to mark the honour. This year, many from South Industry will be a part of the mega festival. 

Kumar added, “Another reason we extended an invite to Prabhas is because he is so popular, and actors from the South film industry have gained so much popularity all across today. So, Prabhas is the biggest extension this year.” Stating his team’s happiness on Prabhas’ coming to the celebrations, he said, “With him being present for the celebration, he will also attract a newer generation and young people towards our culture.”

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