Megastar Chiranjeevi and his son Ram Charan on Monday morning left for Ayodhya to be among the selected few invited to the Pran Pratishtha of the Ram Mandir.
The actors were greeted by fans who flocked in large numbers to get a glimpse of the two.
In a statement to ANI, Chiranjeevi shared his excitement to be a part of the big day and said, “That is really great.Overwhelming. We feel it’s a rare opportunity. I feel Lord Hanuman who is my deity, has personally invited me…We are so fortunate to witness this Pran Pratishta…”Also sharing his excitement to witness the historic moment, Ram told reporters, “It’s a long wait, we are all very honoured to be there.”
Among the many photos and videos of the stars, was one featuring Ram greeting his fans who had assembled outside his gate. While some brought orange flags, others brought framed portraits of Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman to give it to the superstar. Ram won hearts and earned hoots and cheers when he reached out to fans to ask them to give him some of the portraits that he kissed and asked his team to collect them.
One of the pictures featured a special ‘RRR’ connection. The image had Ram in his character of A Ramaraju, with a bow in his left hand and Lord Ram behind him. Thanking the fan for the sweet gesture, the actor was seen kissing the picture and handing it over to his team.

Special guests from the entertainment industry, cricket world, politics, art, literature and culture have been invited for the ceremony.

Bollywood celebs like Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Katrina Kaif, Ayushmann Khurrana, Kangana Ranaut, Anupam Kher, among others were also seen jetting out to Ayodhya to be a part of the ceremony.

Pran Prathistha ceremony will be held today and will be live streamed online and will also be screened on the big screen in a select few theatre chains in the country.

Actor Chiranjeevi & Ram Charan leave for Ayodhya Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha Ceremony

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