Shooting of movies and net sequence is an everyday affair within the state capital

By Deep Saxena

PUBLISHED ON MAR 31, 2021 11:16 PM IST

Shooting of movies and net sequence is an everyday affair within the state capital. But, now it’s time for TV trade to flourish on this belt. We have seen lot of every day soaps set in Uttar Pradesh, with partial shoots being accomplished right here, however this time a whole serial is being shot right here.

The well-known Aunty House at Murli Nagar has been become set of every day present ‘Aur Bhai Kya Chal Raha Hai’ that just lately went on air too.

“It rarely happens when an entire show is set as well as shot in real location. We usually see that few episodes being shot then a set is made in Mumbai but this is a new start which is a blessing in disguise for actors from this belt,” mentioned Farhana Parveen, a educated kathak dancer, who hails from Lucknow. Her on-screen hubby Amrish Bobby too belongs to the state capital and has accomplished many Doordarshan serials and movies.

The bone of rivalry within the present is a haveli the place the Mirza and Mishra household lives and each have declare proper on it. Delhite Pawan Singh and Akansha Sharma who hails from Meerut play the Mirza couple.

“I have assisted master Saroj Khanji and Remo D’Souza. My last show as actor was ‘Happy Ki Ualtan Paltan’ and now I am shooting this,” mentioned Akansha. Pawan has additionally accomplished couple of TV present and Ram Gopal Verma’s movie ‘Attack of 26/11’. The present has been written by Vijay Pal, a localite.

Another Lucknowite Sandeep Yadav, seen in movies like ‘Thappad’ and ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ is again on TV after ‘Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain’. “I came back as I wanted to be here and work. Films and web shows were happening regularly but it’s great that the daily soaps now being shot here so we no longer need to be Mumbai for work,” mentioned Sandeep who performs a younger chief Pappu Pandey. In the present he has teamed up with Annu Awasthi who additionally performs a veteran chief.

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