It said: "Ramayana is an epic tale that extols quintessentially Indian values through its nuanced storytelling. 'Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush' is our effort to bring to fore this epic through a lens that had not been explored before and thus make it topical in today's day and age across all generations.”
It added: "The show draws from various texts, books and scriptures based on Ramayan and it is never our intention to hurt sentiments of any particular group. We are closely working with the group and taking their feedback on board. We stay committed to working together to make this a show that Indians across geographies and generations enjoy uninhibited."
As reported, the comes after Ministry of Information and Broadcasting issued a show cause notice, dated September 11, to Colors TV for "spreading distorted religious information and also harming the image of Mahrishi Valmiki, causing hurt to their religious sentiments" through "Ram Siya ke Luv Kush".