Mahabharat: Fans spot one of the dead soldiers adjusting himself in the death scene of Bhishmah Pitamah — watch video

We all have been in a lockdown since many days and now the lockdown has been extended. This is the only way in which we can win against coronavirus. The deadly virus has become the biggest threat to human beings and is spreading in India rapidly. Coronavirus has led to the shut down of everything in the country. Schools, colleges and other institutes have all been shut down. The shows of television shows and films have also stopped and hence we have no new episodes of our favourite shows. In this situation, Doordarshan brought back its two iconic shows, Ramayan and Mahabharat. These mythological shows were loved by the audience and they have broken all records. These two even got record breaking TRPs and today, are the most loved shows. People from all generations have come together and watched these shows together. Also Read – Mahabharat: Did you know before Pooja Sharma THESE many actresses auditioned for the role of Draupadi?

Youngsters are more interested in Ramayan and Mahabharat than any web series. Ramayan and Mahabharat has literally brought the whole family together. In this world of Internet, nothing can go unseen. Recently, a fan pointed out an interesting thing from Mahabharat. The fan showed us one small mistake that had happened in one of the episodes. In the death scene of Bhishmah Pitamah which is played by Mukesh Khanna, many dead soldiers can be seen lying around on the ground. However, the fan spotted one of the dead soldiers adjusting himself for a few seconds and lied down again. The video has gone viral. Check out the video here: Also Read – Sonu Nigam acing the Mahabharat title song as a 16-year old proves that his voice is God’s gift from heaven — watch THROWBACK video

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Well, this might have gone unnoticed back then but in today’s time, such mistakes are caught first. However, the craze for these mythological shows has increased during the lockdown.

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