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Sarabhai vs Sarabhai promo: Maaya, Monisha, Saahil want your help!


‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai’, the much-loved 2004 television show is making a comeback as a web series. When a famous series or film comes back with its second instalment, there are many issues around it. There is a possibility that it may not work. But it seems like ‘Sarabhia vs Sarabhai’ is like wine, which only gets better with time. Ever since the team announced its season second, the fans have been waiting to catch a glimpse of it. The makers however are facing a problem just few days ahead of its release – they don’t have a name for the show yet and more importantly, they want their fans to name it!

They made the process little more interesting for the fans and released a video promo with a slight twist. In the video, the entire cast can be seen discussing different titles for the show. One gets a flashback of what the primary characters including Maaya,, Monisha, Roshesh, Sahil, Indravadhan, Dushyant, Madhusudhan.

As the video begins, Ratna Pathak Shah gets into the character of Maaya as the elegant high society mother-in-law and takes a dig at Monisha (Rupali Ganguly) when she suggests the second season’s name ‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai Masala Maarke’ that too written on a toilet paper. Maya introduced us to a new kind of middle class, which she refers as ‘gastronomically middle class’. Then comes Rajesh Kumar aka Roshesh, who has a whole poem ready as the name of the show. We have missed his poems, haven’t we?

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The two minute video clip is a treat and brings a major nostalgia. As Sumeet Raghwan puts an end to the entire drama, he asks the audiences to give their suggestions as to what the upcoming season of ‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai’ should be called.

Like the last season, Roshesh is entertaining everyone with his poetry while Indravadan is at his usual sarcastic self. The rivalry between Monish and Maya Sarabhai is still intact and it is likely to add more zing to the show.