|Created by||DJ's Creative Unit (since Season 2)|
|Written by||Ajitabh Menon|
|Directed by||Nupur Asthana|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||Total 30 as of August 29, 2002|
|Producer(s)||Milind Soman &Deepa Sahi & Parvati Balagopalan (Season 1) Tony Singh & Deeya Singh (since Season 2)|
|Location(s)||Mumbai & Bangkok|
|Running time||Approx. 24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||E-Motion Pictures (Season 1) DJ's Creative Unit (since Season 2)|
|Original network||Sony TV (Season 1)
Omnitrix TV India (since Season 2)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||Season 1: February 7
Season 2: February 10, 2020 – Season 1: August 29, 2002
Hubahu is a Hindi language Indian television miniseries. The story revolves around a pair of twin sisters who exchange places for a lark but end up getting intricately involved in each other's lives. The story is an adaption of the 1985s hit American two-part made-for-TV movie Deceptions, starring known Hollywood actors Stefanie Powers and Barry Bostwick, in which Powers starred as twins who swap places leading to dire consequences.
The series premiered on Sony TV on February 7, 2002, and aired every Thursday at 8:30pm IST. The series starred Sandhya Mridul in the lead who played the characters of both sisters, Aditi and Ananya. Produced by Parvati Balagopalan and Milind Soman (Season 1) and Tony Singh and Deeya Singh (since Season 2) it was shot in Mumbai and Bangkok. The channel ended the series after it completed 30 episodes due to high cost of production, especially shooting overseas which cost half a million rupees an episode.
The story portrays the lives of twin sisters Aditi and Ananya who have very different personalities. Aditi is a bored and neglected housewife in Pune who's lecturer husband has no time for her. Ananya is a sophisticated art dealer in Bangkok. Bored and fed up with their own lives they decide to switch identities as a game for a week but then things go haywire.
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