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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Fun and festivity adds to the celebration on “Burey Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi Hum”

Burey  Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi HumThe producer, director and actor JD Majhetia’s latest fiction serial on star plus ‘Burey Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi Hum’ reflects a slice of everyday life with its superlative content and classic but endearing characters. To add on to the authenticity of the show and its characters, the multi talented JD Majhetia has brought in “Chakda” a local transport vehicle available only in some parts of Gujarat for the shoot of ‘Burey Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi Hum’. The show airs from Mon - Fri, 7.30 pm only on Star Plus. The recent storyline required the Popat family to travel in some local transport while on their way to the temple festival. The perfectionist that JD is, he didn’t settle on any other easily available options of three wheelers and made sure that his team used only the “Chakda” in the scene. Procuring a “chakda” in Mumbai is not possible due to logistical constraints so the team decided to build their very own “chakda” right here in Mumbai. It has cost a bomb but the end result was worth all the effort. Dont miss to watch the innovative “Chakda” on ‘Burey Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi Hum’, this week.

That’s not all, the Mahotsav festivity has also given a reason to celebrate on ‘Burey Bhi Hum Bhale Bhi Hum’. The viewers will soon witness the madness of Mahotsav, the temple festival. Parakh Madan who plays Krishna will present an excellent Kathak dance to celebrate this occasion. Parakh is having quite a delightful time on the sets these days - the thorough bred Maharashtrain girl loves gujarati food and can’t seem to stop licking her fingers after every meal. During breaks, she takes cooking tips from Gujarati cookbooks to hone her skills in preparing her favorite dishes too. Not only that, Parakh is also learning to speak Gujarati, since it would help her in playing the role of a gujarati girl. She’s a quick learner and also having most of the cast and crew speak Gujarati is helping her master the language faster. A recent visitor on the sets really thought she was a gujarati and had a long conversation with her in Gujarati, much to the amusement of others on the sets. Parakh played on and not once did the visitor guess that she was acting the part of a Gujarati.

Parakh Madan (Krishna) and Ashutosh Kulkarni (Jay) of BBHBBH are soon going to be performing at the temple festival. Parakh who plays Krishna is not only a very talented actress but also a trained kathak dancer. Ashutosh on the other hand is musically inclined but it is his first rendezvous with playing an instrument. Ashutosh is actually taking Tabla lessons these days to enhance his tabla playing skills so that it looks natural when he is playing it for the performance. Both are seen practicing in their free time on the sets these days. Producer J D Majethia is a stickler for perfection and the cast ensure he isn’t unhappy with their dedication in enacting their characters.

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