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Original writer roped in for Indian adaptation of 'Everybody Loves Raymond'

The popular American sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond' is set to be officially adapted for Indian television and the channel that has acquired the rights, Star Plus, has roped in the writer of the original series, Steve Skrovan, to oversee the creative process on the show.

Original writer Steve Skrovan roped in for Indian adaptation of 'Everybody Loves Raymond'
Original writer Steve Skrovan has been roped in for the Indian adaptation of 'Everybody Loves Raymond'

Steve’s role in Indian version includes providing creative direction to the writers working on the show.

Steve Skrovan has been a part of the 'Everybody Loves Raymond' team right from the beginning in the capacity of a writer and co-producer and was with the show till its finale.

A still from the American sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond'
A still from the American sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond'

Titled 'Sumit Sambhal Lega', the Hindi TV show will showcase Sumit as the Indian Raymond whose predicament is one that men face universally, of getting stuck in family situations post marriage that gives rise to a comical extravaganza.

Commenting on this, Steve Skrovan said, “It was such a privilege to be a part of this from the beginning. I got to learn about Indian culture and television and the whole experience has been great...Even though 'Sumit Sambhal Lega' will revolve around the man, the relationship between his wife and the family seems to fit perfectly in Indian culture.”

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