Chidiya Ghar

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Chidiya Ghar
Genre Comedy, Sitcom
Created by Sab TV Team
Original language(s) Hindi
Production
Running time Approx. 19 minutes
Production company(s) Garima Productions
Broadcast
Original channel SAB TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run November 2011 (2011-11)[citation needed] – Present
External links
Official website

Chidiya Ghar is a comedy show which airs on SAB TV Monday through Saturday nights.

Premise[edit]

Chidiya Ghar is a house named after Mrs. Chidiya Kesari Narayan, late wife of retired principal, Shri Kesari Narayan. The story is about Kesari, his two sons, Ghotak and Gomukh, their respective wives, Koyal and Mayuri, younger son Kapi, grandchildren Gillu, Gajgamini and Chitti, daughter Maina, son-in-law Totaram, sister Billo, servant Gadha Prasad, his wife Nagin and brother Mendak Prasad. Their names resemble animals and each individual bears some animal's characteristic.

Cast[edit]

  • Rajendra Gupta as Kesari Narayan
  • Mamta Gurnani as Chidiya Kesari Narayan
  • Bharati Achrekar as Billo bua
  • Paresh Ganatra as Ghotak Kesari Narayan
  • Shilpa Shinde as Koyal Ghotak Narayan [1]
  • Sumit Arora as Gomukh Kesari Narayan
  • Debina Bonnerjee as Mayuri Gomukh Narayan
  • Jayshree Soni as Machhli Mukherjee
  • Saraansh Verma as Kapi Kesari Narayan
  • Jitu Shivhare as Gadha Prasad
  • Mandakini Srivastava as Kashturi/Nagin Gadha Prasad
  • Manish Vishwakarma as Mendak Prasad
  • Anchor Arya Nambiar as Memna
  • Yogesh Soni as Totaram
  • Mamata Gurnani as Maina
  • Pratham Shetty as Gillu Ghotak Narayan
  • Arshiya Mankar as Gajgamini Gomukh Narayan
  • Aashif Sheikh as Pappi Bhaisahab
  • Tapasya Nayak as Kitti
  • Shubhangi Gokhale as Murgeshwari

Crossover[edit]

Chidiya Ghar had a crossover with Lapataganj.

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shilpa Shinde back in 'Chidiya Ghar'". TellyTRP.in. 10 June 2014. Retrieved 10 June 2014. 

External links[edit]