Sourabh Raaj Jain shares lessons learnt from ‘Mahabharat’

"The element that describes Krishna best is water. Just like water everything about Krishna is calm and serene. Whatever he says has a rhythm to it," he added.

By Author  |  Published: 1st Jun 2020  6:32 pm

Mumbai: Actor Sourabh Raaj Jain, who essayed the role of Lord Krishna in “Mahabharat”, which aired in 2013-2014, has shared what he learnt from the ‘Geeta Saar’ sequence in the show.

‘Geeta Saar’ sequence happens between Krishna and Arjun before the Mahabharat war.

“‘Geeta Saar’ influenced my life by these five lessons – controlling anger, doing deeds without expectations, believing in yourself, being compassionate is most important and to distinguish between love and attachment,” said the actor.

“The element that describes Krishna best is water. Just like water everything about Krishna is calm and serene. Whatever he says has a rhythm to it,” he added.

“Mahabharat” is an epic tale of knowledge and wisdom.

The show, which originally ran from September 2013 to August 2014, is currently being aired on Star Plus amidst the ongoing lockdown.