After Ramayan And Mahabharat, 90s Hit Show Dekh Bhai Dekh To Return On DD Once Again

Since the last weekend, shows Ramayan and Mahabharat went on air on DD National. As the iconic shows have been entertaining fans during the lockdown, post Ramayan And Mahabharat, the show Dekh Bhai Dekh featuring the three generations of the Diwan family is set to return on TV once again. Check it out!

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After Ramayan And Mahabharat, 90s Hit Show Dekh Bhai Dekh To Return On DD Once Again
In order to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone was requested to stay at home under self-quarantine. Since the 21 days of lockdown has been announced in the country, to keep people entertained at home, from the last weekend onwards, shows Ramayan and Mahabharat went on air on DD National. As the iconic shows have been entertaining fans during the lockdown, after Ramayan and Mahabharat, the show Dekh Bhai Dekh featuring the three generations of the Diwan family is set to return on TV once again.

On Twitter, DD National shared a picture featuring the cast of the show Dekh Bhai Dekh and tweeted, “Watch iconic comic show #DekhBhaiDekh which beautifully shows the unique bonding between the three generations of the Diwan family at 6 pm ONLY on @DDNational.” In the tweet, the channel announced that the iconic comic show Dekh Bhai Dekh which shows the unique bonding between the three generations of the Diwan family will go on air at 6 PM only on DD National.

The show Dekh Bhai Dekh featured Shekhar Suman, Navin Nischol, Farida Jalal, Bhavana Balsavar, Deven Bhojani, Sushma Seth, Vishal Singh and Nattasha Singh and premiered on DD Metro on May 6, 1993. The popular Hindi sitcom based in the suburbs of Mumbai was created, developed, edited, and directed by Aanand Mahendroo and produced by Jaya Bachchan under the banner of Saraswati Audio Visuals Pvt Lt. Dekh Bhai Dekh had a total of 65 episodes with a running time of 22 minutes.


Meanwhile, apart from Ramayan, Mahabharat, and Dekh Bhai Dekh, the iconic shows Shriman Shrimati, Chanakya, and Shaktiman also marked their return on television. Also Read: After Ramayan And Mahabharat, Shriman Shrimati, Chanakya And Shaktimaan CONFIRMED To Return On TV








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