Zaban Sambhal Ke

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Zaban Sambhal Ke
Created byRajiv Mehra
Developed byEkta Kapoor
Written byRaj Vasant
Yogesh Mehra
Directed byRajiv Mehra
Creative directorsRiddhi Sharma
Nimisha Pandey
Starringsee below
ComposerAshish Rego
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes3
Executive producersAloke Gupta
Umesh Mishra
Rajesh Mehra
Rajiv Mehra
ProducerDheeraj Dhoopar
EditorsAshok. M. Rathod
Ajay. A. Kumar
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time18-23 minutes
Production companyEagle Films Pvt Ltd.
Original release
NetworkALT Balaji
Release19 October 2018 (2018-10-19)
Zabaan Sambhalke[1]

Zaban Sambhal Ke is a 2018 Hindi web series sitcom created by Rajiv Mehra for Ekta Kapoor's video on demand platform ALTBalaji. The series stars Sumeet Raghvan as the protagonist who is the head master of Hindi speaking institute. The idea for the plot has been taken from Mind Your Language, the British sitcom from the late '70s.[1] The series revolves around the hilarious miscommunication between the students due to language barriers.

The series is available for streaming on the ALT Balaji App and its associated websites since its release date.[2]


The comedy series centres on a Hindi-learning class which has students from different nationalities and ethnicities.[3]


  • Sumeet Raghavan as Mohan Bharti, Professor of Hindi at NIL i.e National Institute of Languages
  • Shoma Anand as Ms. Diwan, Principal of NIL
  • Tanu Khan as Tara Parker, a former porn star from Los Angeles, USA
  • Bakhtiyaar Irani as Perzin, a Parsi middle-aged bachelor
  • Ashwin Mushran as Sheikh Al Fukar, an Arabian oil businessman
  • Rupali Bhosale as Paro, a fish seller from Maharashtra
  • Pipa Hughes as Jennifer, a social worker from France
  • Mishka Sharma as Lin Dolo, from Aizawl, Mizoram
  • Hemant Kumar as Balwant, a wrestler from Harayana
  • Bhawsheel Singh Sahni as Money Singh, a Punjabi rapper
  • Jimmy Moses as PMS, an MLA from Chennai who wants to become Prime Minister
  • Meenakshi Chand as Rimjhim, a Bhojpuri actress
  • Madhuurima as Bela Bose, Receptionist and Ms. Diwan's Secretary at NIL
  • Rakesh Shrivastav as Pandey, Peon at NIL


Biswadeep Ghosh of National Herald wrote, "It is impossible to understand why ALTBalaji chose to produce a pathetic remake of the 1990s classic Zabaan Sambhal Ke. Each actor seems uninspired, apart from Sumeet Raghavan who is occasionally tolerable as the Hindi instructor teaching a motley group of students. The liberal use of double entendre is one of the dubious hallmarks of the script, which has nothing in common with the original barring the basic idea."[4]


  1. ^ a b Scroll Staff. "Alt Balaji to produce remake of 'Zabaan Sambhalke' comedy show; Sumeet Raghavan leads cast". Retrieved 15 October 2021.
  2. ^ Keshri, Shweta. "Zaban Sambhal Ke trailer out, double meaning dialogues and sexual innuendos spoil the fun". India Today. Retrieved 15 October 2021.
  3. ^ "ALTBalaji confirms Zabaan Sambhalke reboot; Sumeet Raghavan, Bakhtiyar Irani part of star cast". Firstpost. 18 August 2018. Retrieved 15 October 2021.
  4. ^ Ghosh, Biswadeep (19 November 2018). "Web series review: 'Homecoming' is gripping, 'Zabaan Sambhal Ke' dull and drab". National Herald.

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