Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai: Rosesh recites a poem, characters talk about show in latest preview

FP Staff

Apr,04 2017 15:36 03 IST

In a preview of the show Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai, producer JD Majethia took viewers on a live tour of the set, giving us a glimpse of the latest season.

A still from Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai. Image from News 18

A still from Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai. Image from News 18

The preview opens with a cheeky message written on a sign that says, "Yayy whoppee 30 seconds to go," with the voice of producer J D Majethia saying that for another few minutes, they will keep the audience waiting, because they have waited so many years for another season of the show.

The first character we meet is Rajesh Kumar's Rosesh who greets viewers in his typical nasal voice and says that he is not sitting with the rest of his family because his father and brother keep teasing him. As he sits alone, he writes a poem, "Aaya aaya Sarabhai family phir se machane dhoom/ sabki dhadkane lezim karengi dhoom dhoom pat pat dhoom dhoom// Puraane namoono ke saath naye bhi honge,  Hotstar par/ together they will fill the house aur house dikhega cute cute gullu gullu jaise momma ka brocade blouse," which he recited twice.

The Sarabhais have shifted into a penthouse. We are told that the set looks messy because it is supposed to be Monisha's house.

Sumeet Raghavan, who plays Sahil, says that over the last seven years nothing has changed in his life and that Monisha has remained the same.

Rupali Ganguly, who plays Monisha, says that she has improved, but Sahil contested this by saying that now she uses toilet roll instead of tissue paper to wipe her face. We are introduced to Sahil and Monisha's child Guddu.

Ratna Pathak Shah's Maya is just as sassy. "I wish I could say the same about you," Maya said, in response to Monisha telling her she loved her.

Writer Aatish Kapadia is set to make an appearance and Satish Shah is revealed to have contributed to the show's writing.

Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai will air on Hotstar in May. Watch the video here: