Lav Kush (1997)
(Certified: Jun 12, 1997)
Lav Kush is a part of Ramayan. It starts from "Bharat Milap" that is when Lord Rama comes back to Ayodhya after 14 years of excile, is crowned as king Rama and Rama takes a vow to uphold the scared dignity of his subjects, even at the cost of his personal misfortune. Misfortune falls, and in such a devasting manner that he is forced to send his beloved pregnant queen Sita to exile in the deep dense forest. Inside the sage Valmiki's hermitage, Sita gives birth to twin sons Lav & Kush, Noble brave warriors who alongwith usage of art of weaponary learn the great poem Ramayan from sage Valmiki. Lav Kush go from villages to village singing Ramayan and finally land up at Ayodhya and thereafter at the court of Rama where they sing Ramayan. Lord Rama himself after the departure of Sita was engrossed in a state of melancholy revives himself after hearning the melodious Ramayan from the enchanting melodious voices of Lav Kush. King Rama does not know Lav Kush are his sons and even Lav Kush do not know that Rama is their father. They request to give them a darshan of Sita but alas Sita is no more staying with Rama. Listening to this they get angry and leave Ayodhya instantly. Sita on the other hand, receives her warrior sons but they show displeasure in Rama's giving excile to Sita not knowing that their mother is Sita. Meanwhile Ram performs a Ashwamedh Yagna with the help of golden statue of Sita, a white horse isleft and two boys lav Kush conquer it and a big battle ensures between Lav Kush first with Shatrughan then with Lakshman and finally between Hanuman and Lord Rama himself when Sita comes to know of the battle she stops and unites father Rama with his sons Lav Kush and herself takes in arms of goddess mother earth.