The "&TV’s" hit sitcom Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai is a comedy TV show, and has taken entertainment to another level. The story revolves around two lovely Bhabhis - Angoori and Anita. Just a couple of months since it went on air, the serial has enjoyed an increasing fanfare perching itself pretty in the top ranks of television shows.
This story belongs to two family who's are very familiar with each other. The two male characters Tiwary and Vibhuti try to impress each other’s wife. Tiwariji Wife’s name is Anguri Ji and Vibhutiji Wife’s name is Anjali. The show is famous for its great comic timing. Set in Kanpur, the show has the flavor of a small town, and its script has tinges of that simple, rustic humour. The show, featuring Aashif Sheikh, Rohitash Gaud, Shilpa Shinde and Saumya Tandon is inspired by the popular 90's Hindi sitcom 'Shrimaan Shrimati' starring Archana Puran Singh, Rakesh Bedi, Reema Lagoo and Jatin Kanakia. The actor Rakesh Bedi is also playing a significant role in this serial also.
This sitcom is entertaining and fresh with its beloved 'bhabhis', in central role; one can only expect magic, spice, and everything nice. "Like every Indian men and women, my serial also owns some naughtiness", with the concept bringing smile on everyone's face, says the Director Shashank Bali.
"Being a part of this serial almost feels like walking into a laugh riot. The script is so brilliantly crafted; we are always excited of what's in store next. I believe the immensely talented writers are the true heroes of the show and deserve all accolades", said the veteran actor Aasif Sheikh (who plays Vibhuti Narayan Mishra) on the sweeping success.
Although the show's title says about 'Bhabhiji' and both the ladies are the centre of attraction, but its male protagonists take the cake when it comes to making us laugh through their antics. And the viewers can only expect more laughter and entertainment in every episode.