Thursday, August 31, 2006 10:40 IST
The cast and crew of Sahara-One's daily soap "Kittu Sab Janti Hai", about the hopes and dreams of average middle-class girls, celebrated the completion of 200 episodes in
a big way.
From filmmaker Subhash Ghai to ex-cricketer Sunil Gavaskar and his wife, there was a huge turnout at the party hosted by producer Manish Goswami Tuesday.
Kanwaljeet, Rahul Nanda, Anuj Saxena, Manav Gohil, Sveta Salve, Arzoo Gowatrikar, Amit Verma, Dippshika, Manini De with husband Mihir Mishra, Yash Sinha, Bijon Das
Gupta and Purnendu Ghosh, Kalyansundaram from Sahara One, were also seen at the party.
"I am very happy to produce a show like 'Kittu Sab Janti Hain'. It is a show that has tried to be different and has succeeded. What makes me happy is that the show
propagates progressive values. It is a reflection of the ups and downs that a contemporary girl goes through," said Goswami.
"Sahara One has been a great support in our venture of making 'Kittu Sab Janti Hain'. It is a show that dares to take up social issues apart from just being the story of a
successful woman. As a production house, we have always tried to create shows that are offbeat and I am proud that we have done it successfully with 'Kittu...'," he
Apart from "Kittu Sab Janti Hain", Goswami has another serial, "Aisa Desh Hai Mera", which is running on Sony.
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