Ananth Mahadevan to play Lokmanya Tilak in ‘Mere Sai’

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Sony Entertainment Television’s Mere Sai is coming up with a very special track which will have Ananth Mahadevan as Lokmanya Tilak in lead. The track is called; Mere Sai Special- Sai Tilak Bhent. It will bring to light Tilak’s experience and learning from Sai. The show has always been one of the anchors of Sony TV because of the interesting story line and valuable teachings of Sai that are shown in every track. Audience and Sai bhakts are aware of the time when Sai met Lokmanya Tilak and it is very popular story from Sai chatritra.

In this special track, Sony TV and the makers of the show have roped in veteran actor, director and screenwriter of Hindi and Marathi cinema; Ananth Mahadevan To play Lokmanya Tilak. He is known for his roles in movies like Baadhsha, Baazigar, Yes Boss among many more. The track brings forth meeting of Lokmanya Tilak and Sai. Sai plays an important role in saving Lokmanya Tilak from being abducted which inturn makes Lokmanya Tilak gain stronger faith in Sai. The track will beautifully showcase the ways in which Sai protects people who show faith in him and showers his love and blessings.

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Sharing his excitement on being a part of the show Ananth said, “It’s been great experience and opportunity to be a part of Mere Sai show. I am grateful to makers for considering me to play this legendary character of ‘Lokmaanya Tilak’. This track is a very popular story from Saicharitra. I have also heard of this story during my childhood. Tushar and I know of eachother since a very long time but never got the chance to work together. This is the right opportunity to do that and I hope viewers will like this track. Sai and Lokmanya Tilak’s bhent turned out to be a turning point in Tilak’s life. I would really want the current generation; the youth to know the significance of this track.

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