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Rajan Shahi's Aai Kuthe Kay Karte crosses 800 episodes

Updated on: 07 October,2022 06:12 PM IST  |  Mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

Everyone on the sets of producer Rajan Shahi’s Marathi show ‘Aai Kuthe Kay Karte’s was in a celebratory mood because the show just completed 800 episodes

Rajan Shahi's Aai Kuthe Kay Karte crosses 800 episodes

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Everyone on the sets of producer Rajan Shahi’s Marathi show ‘Aai Kuthe Kay Karte’s was in a celebratory mood. The reason? Well, the show just completed 800 episodes! The entire team celebrated the occasion with a small puja and a little lunch party. The entire cast and crew unit assembled and celebrated the day with a ‘havan’ and then all the team members joined in the celebration and danced and had lunch together.


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Speaking about the show Rajan Shahi said, “A mother is someone who is always at the centre of the household and this show talks about her point of view, her journey and how she looks at things. We are known to make shows on family relationships. But here we found a very unique window into a family and around the inter-relationships. We found a beautiful window of the story of a mother's point of view and how all the relationships surround her. We felt that this was a very sensitive story. We always like to explore stories which are about inter-relationships, and that has been a huge Hallmark of our production house.”


Many may be aware of the fact that the Marathi serial ‘Aai Kuthe Kay Karte’ forms the inspiration to the Hindi show Anupamaa’, in which Rupali Ganguly plays the titular role.

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