Chronicling the everlasting brotherly love between Bhagwan Shri Ram and Bharatji.



(story), (dialogue) (as R. Priyadarshi)


Cast overview, first billed only:
Sohrab Modi ...
Raja Dashrath
Sulochana Latkar ...
Rani Kaykayee (as Sulochana)
Anand Kumar ...
Bhagwan Shri Ram
Ashish Kumar ...
Rajkumar Bharat
Indrani Mukherjee ...
Sunder ...
Jeevan Kala ...
Mandvi - Bharatji's Wife
Leela Mishra ...
Mridula Rani ...
Rani Kaushalya (as Mridula)
Indumala ...
Urmila - Lakshmanji's Wife
Ratna ...
Rani Sumitra
Agastya Kapoor
Yunus Parvez ...


Rani Kaykayee, one of three wives of Ayodhya's Raja Dashrath, proposes that her step-son, the son of Rani Kaushalya, be crowned king, leading to preparation for his coronation. But things change suddenly after Manthra compels Kaykayee to change her mind. The latter demands two boons that were granted to her years ago - one of which is crown her son, Bharat, as king; and secondly banish Shri Ram for 14 years. When told, Ramji readily accepts and prepares to depart along with his wife, Devi Maa Sita, and brother, Lakshman. After his departure, a devastated Dashrath reflects on an incident in which he killed Shravan Kumar and got cursed by his blind parents, and when he finds that Ramji has left Ayodhya, passes away. Bharatji returns home and refuses to accept the crown and instead goes after Ramji to try and talk him out of leaving Ayodhya - albeit in vain - and returns crestfallen, still refusing the crown and taking a vow that he will immolate himself if his brother does not return ... Written by rAjOo (

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