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I Was Born Barely 60 Miles Away From The Place Where Ram Was Born Says, Manoj Muntashir On Indian Idol 12

Sony Entertainment Television for the first time in the history of any Musical Reality shows has brought, Indian Idol season 12 with a musical narration of Ramayan in the upcoming weekend. On the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami, Indian idol’s contestants would be seen singing some of the most peaceful melodies which would not only make the judges incline in Bhakti but also it will give everyone a very tranquil feeling on set. The Yoga Guru Ramdev Baba was seen enjoying himself listening to the melodic voices of the contestant

The massive idea of the Ramnavmi special episode will come with some exciting stories of Ramayan which will be narrated by the well-known lyricist Manoj Muntashir. He will be seen on the stage of Indian idol sharing his thoughts and experience on the Ramnavmi special episode. He also mentions that for him ‘Ram is not just a god, but a personal Hero.’

With his astounding narration, all the three judges and the guest experience this Saga and rediscover Ram.

Further, he also adds, “When I got a call about being a part of the Ramnavmi special, I instinctively knew, it’s gonna be a never before extravaganza. I was born barely 60 miles away from the place where Ram was born. For me, Ram is not just a god, but a personal Hero. My role was to narrate the story of Lord Ram in the most intriguing way. The idea was not to make it very heavy but keep it light, youthful and inspirational. Indian Idol this year is blessed with a marvellous creative team.”

Adding onto this, he said “the boys and girls who hold the mic this year, are blessed. We have so many idols on the same stage. I don’t know how they are going to choose the winner this year. My experience on the day of the shoot was no less than exhilarating and I went through a collage of emotions while telling the story. It was a ride none of us will forget in this lifetime.”

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