Mumbai : In a monumental cinematic endeavor, director Rajneesh Berry, in collaboration with Shadani Films, brings forth '695' - a 500 year saga chronicling the unwavering struggle and sacrifices paving the way for the historic construction of the Ram Mandir temple in Ayodhya.
 Helmed by producer Shyam Chawla, '695' transcends mere narration, delving deep into the profound exploration of events that led to the realization of a centuries-old dream. With an ensemble cast featuring Arun Govil, Govind Namdev, Mukesh Tiwari, Ashok Samarth, Manoj Joshi, K. K. Raina, Shailendra Srivastav, Dayashankar Pandey, Vikash Mahantey, Sushilajeet Sahani (70mm) and Garima Agarwal, the film promises to resonate with every Indian.
 Expressing his excitement, Arun Govil, who plays a pivotal role, shared, "It's an honor to revisit the timeless narrative that holds a special place in the hearts of millions. '695' is not just a film; it's a celebration of our cultural heritage and the triumph of faith."
 The essence of the film "695" lies in the significance of key dates:
6th December 1992: The demolition of the Babri Masjid.
9th November 2019: The Indian Judiciary's decision in favor of the construction of the Ram Mandir.
5th August 2020: The ceremonial Bhoomi Pujan at Ayodhya.
 With '695,' the producers aim to present the facts behind the monumental victory, aiming to captivate audiences and celebrate the rich cultural tapestry woven around the revered story of Lord Rama and the Ram Mandir. 
This cinematic masterpiece promises to be more than a narrative - it's an emotional journey, a celebration of resilience, and a testament to the enduring spirit of faith.

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