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As ‘Mahabharat’ comes to an end, Sourabh Raaj Jain bids adieu to the show

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With the re-run of ‘Mahabharat’ coming to an end on television, actor Sourabh Raaj Jain bids adieu to his Mahabharat Diaries on social media. In a heartfelt note, Sourabh thanked the entire team of ‘Mahabharat’ for bringing out the best in him and the audience for this beautiful journey.

Sourabh Raaj Jain spoke to Bollywood Bubble a while ago. Have a look at the chat right here:

Sourabh began by penning, “Goodbyes are always difficult but this brings me to the end of my “Mahabharat Diaries”. I have been blessed to have relived the entire experience through these diaries and the reruns of this show, which definitely is extremely special for me. And with the last scene of Mahabharat, I must thank all our amazing directors for bringing this Magnum Opus to life, scene after scene.”

Apart from thanking director Siddharth Anand Kumar, Sourabh thanked the three other directors he worked with stating, “each one of them has helped me in bringing out the best in me in the respective scenes we shot.” He also spoke of every individual associated with the show from the creative director to the light men.

Thanking the audience, Sourabh wrote, “A heartfelt gratitude to our audience, without your love all of this wouldn’t have been possible. Your love has made Mahabharat a beautiful journey for all of us. I bow down to each one of you as your love is my greatest treasure, a gift I shall cherish forever and ever!”

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Goodbyes are always difficult but this brings me to the end of my "Mahabharat Diaries".  I have been blessed to have relived the entire experience through these diaries and the reruns of this show, which definitely is extremely special for me.  And with the last scene of Mahbharat, I must thank all our amazing directors for bringing this Magnum Opus to life, scene after scene.  Other then Sidharth sir, I mostly shot with three directors – @kamalmonga_  @loknath.pandey and @dir_mukesh and each one of them has helped me in bringing out the best in me in the respective scenes we shot. Directing a show like this is not a cake walk and their passion was inspiring. I must also thank @amolsurve1 for being on the set for every single scene and beautifying the shots with his creative brilliance and also bearing with my never ending reasonings and questions. Nitin, did such fabulous work on the edits and truly gave our audience a beautiful visual treat day after day. And yet so many pieces to this artwork which definitely can not be left out – our @dop_thomasxavier and his team, production team, Stylist, Music Composers, Set Designers, Art Directors, Singers, Assistant Directors, Spotboys, Light Men and each and every individual associated with the show, whom I may have missed out, my heartiest thanks to each one of you. And lastly, most importantly, a heartfelt gratitude to our audience, without your love all of this wouldn't have been possible.  Your love has made Mahabharat a beautiful journey for all of us.  I bow down to each one of you as your love is my greatest treasure, a gift I shall cherish forever and ever! . . #MahabharatDiaries @sktorigins @amolsurve1 @nitin.m.gupta @kamalmonga_ @dir_mukesh @loknath.pandey

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For the uninformed, the 2013 show was televised twice on television this year making it the most talked-about show during the lockdown.

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