Sneha Wagh playing role of Ma Anjani in Kahat Hanuman Jai Shree Ram believes in one God

Kiran Jain, Mumbai. Like the big screen, the series of new stories has started with the New Year on the small screen. The new mythological serial called ‘Kahat Hanuman Jai Shree Ram’, which started on & TV, shows the story of Lord Ram’s supreme devotee Mahabali Hanuman with his childhood charisma. A tête-à-tête with actress Sneha Wagh who plays Hanuman’s mother in Ma Anjani ‘Kahat Hanuman Jayshree Ram’….

Do you believe in God?

I believe in one god, you call Him by any name. Every religion can have different names for God. But we have been reading since childhood that the essence of the Gita, Bible, Qur’an is the same. Therefore, we may give different names but God is the same. What about the youth’s engagement with mythology?

What about the youth’s engagement with mythology?

I believe that the younger generation of the country needs to understand and connect with our historical and mythological stories. If we try to understand the facts behind these stories we shall forget the differences between castes and religions. Then it will prove very good for our personality.

What would you like to say about youth’s views about God?

Everyone has different feelings about God, but as the largest young population of the world, if we want to keep our culture and civilization alive then we should learn from our mythology. We learn many things from these mythological stories, which help us to become a better person. Therefore, it is important for us to understand the historical and mythological stories and a series of such contents can be seen continuously on the TV.

Tell us about ‘Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram’?

The story of ‘Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram’ produced by Peninsula Pictures will present the true essence and purpose of Hanuman’s devotion to Lord Rama, showing many untouched aspects of his power and devotion.

Which other artists can be seen with you?

In this serial, Jiten Lalwani as Kesari, Sneha Wagh as Anjani Devi, Eknagra Dwivedi as Hanuman, Nirbhay Wadhwa as Bali, Sudeep Sahir as Lord Vishnu, Tushar Chawla as Sugriva, Rama Yashvardhan as Lord Shiva etc. will be seen in the lead roles.