In a nostalgic throwback, we revisit the time when Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, known for his dynamic roles, made profound sacrifices to embody Lord Ram’s purity for the film ‘Ramayan.’ As the Ayodhya Ram Temple consecration ceremony unfolds on this day, let’s reminisce about the actor’s spiritual journey.
Back on October 10, 2023, reports surfaced that Ranbir Kapoor, gearing up to portray the iconic character of ‘Ram’ on screen in Nitish Tiwari’s ‘Ramayan,’ embraced a lifestyle transformation.According to sources close to the actor, Kapoor willingly renounced alcohol and non-vegetarian food and even refrained from indulging in late-night parties.
The Koimoi website revealed that RK’s decision to make these sacrifices wasn’t merely for public image but was rooted in his dedication to feeling as pure as Lord Ram. While filming for ‘Ramayan,’ Ranbir committed himself to a disciplined routine, abstaining completely from alcohol and meat consumption. This transformation showcased Ranbir Kapoor’s commitment to delving deep into the character, aligning his habits with the spiritual essence of Sri Rama.
The source emphasized that Ranbir Kapoor’s commitment wasn’t confined to avoiding these indulgences for the camera; rather, it was a sincere effort to immerse himself in the role, embodying the traits and virtues of the revered deity.
Set to be helmed by Nitish Tiwari, ‘Ramayan’ holds immense anticipation as Ranbir Kapoor prepares to bring Lord Ram to life on the silver screen.

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