It is very rare these days to see a show wooing the audience for such a long time (4 years) and having a spin-off from its supporting character. But nothing impossible for our very own Daroga Happu Singh from And TV’s popular show Bhabi Ji Ghar pra Hain. As we all know, he is now in a leading role in Happu Ki Ultan Paltan. The show has been recently launched and is well received by the fans of Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain.
Watch the latest episode of Happu Ki Ultan Paltan below:
The best thing about this show is to watch the whole family of Darga Happu Singh, which is equally funny. Recently, one of the members of the reel family caught our attention. It was while talking in a press conference for the show, when Himani Shivpuri, the veteran actress gave a reply in Dabangg style, and we loved it.
Upon asking, what social message will the new show convey, the actress replied “God, this is entertainment! Please don’t attempt to find any social message in this. And what great social take away most dailies have, with Makhi and all the adultery was thrown to garner eyeballs? We all know it is wrong to have so many kids. Ideally, you should not have more than one kid. But all this is a different domain. People tune in to have a hearty laugh after a hard day’s work and we want them to laugh their woes away. Anyone can understand that this concept of having 9 kids is just a creative ploy; no one will really take it seriously.”
“And if you want to stretch the public message argument, at least our show does not propagate the saas-bahu fracas, for my boisterous daughter-in-law (Kamna Pathak) will always stand by me. Together, she and I keep Happu in check. While he may run amok outside, at home we women alone call the shots.”
The actress also added about her character of Amma in the show, “I have lots to say and do. It is unlike most shows where your character fizzles out after a month and then you end up mouthing the same lines over and over again. I have full faith in Edit 11, having seen their quality output in Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain.”
“My widow character still believes that her husband is around, despite his death a decade ago. No wonder, she still dresses like a married woman. In her mind, she sees her husband and talks to him. By now, even the kids believe that their grandpa is there, though no one has ever laid an eye on him.”