&TV resumes shoot for the popular cult show Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai! Yet again taking the audience on a joyride of laughter, the Mishras and Tiwaris have returned to the modern colony, all excited and prepared. With limited crew and taking utmost safety and sanitation measures.
Shubhangi Atre aka Angoori Bhabi of Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai shares, “I am excited to be back on the sets and looking forward to our show to be back with fresh episodes as well really soon. Earlier our set used to be buzzing with technicians, spot dadas and the rest of the crew every morning but now with limited people, the modern colony looks very different. After clearing the sanitation and screening process, we all assembled for a short Ganesh aarti for an auspicious start, followed by rehearsals wearing masks. As I live nearby, I did my own makeup and wore my costume to the set for minimal touch-ups. Also, we are limiting our group lunches and resorting to individual breaks to avoid gathering. The entire experience was quite different, but with time, we all will get used to it.”
Sharing his experience, Yogesh Tripathi said, “I am delighted to be back as Daroga Happu Singh. I missed my show, my characters and crew big time. So many fans asked me ‘Daroga Ji Kab Wapas Aaoge? Toh Loh Mein Aa Gaya! The first day was a little different from what we were used to earlier. We were sanitised and screened, wore masks and maintained social distancing. We all recited Lord Ganesh’s aarti together for an auspicious start to our shoot. Immediately I then changed into my character look. I totally missed my moustache and pot belly! I am sure the viewers are equally excited to see their favourite Happu Ki Ultan Paltan making a comeback really soon!”
Producer Binaifer Kohli is seen on the sets of Bhabiji & Happu to encourage the cast and crew on their first day of shoot.
Sarika Bahroliya aka Gudiya* said, “I cannot express how happy, rather delighted, I am to be back on the sets. It has been quite a different experience with limited people on the sets. On arriving, our temperatures were checked, followed by meeting the other crew members. Wearing masks and following social distancing norms, we started our day with Lord Ganesh’s aarti. I had carried my bag comprising of my makeup and sanitation kit, alongside my Tiffin box. We sanitised our hands at regular intervals. We have some exciting episodes in the pipeline, and I am eagerly looking forward to it to go on air.”