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Sarabhai vs Sarabhai 

TV-PG | | Comedy | TV Series (2004–2017)
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The show revolves around the lives of the members of an Uber Wealthy - High Society Gujarati family of Cuffe Parade - South Bombay, whose daughter-in-law is from a middle class Delhi background.




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Series cast summary:
Satish Shah ...  Indravadan Sarabhai 79 episodes, 2004-2017
Ratna Pathak Shah ...  Maya Sarabhai 79 episodes, 2004-2017
Sumeet Raghvan ...  Sahil Sarabhai / ... 79 episodes, 2004-2017
Rupali Ganguly ...  Monisha Sarabhai / ... 79 episodes, 2004-2017
Rajesh Kumar ...  Rosesh Sarabhai 78 episodes, 2004-2017
Ghanshyam Nayak Ghanshyam Nayak ...  Vitthal kaka 69 episodes, 2004-2006
Deven Bhojani ...  Dushyant Painter 38 episodes, 2004-2017


The show revolves around the life of an upper class Gujarati family, the Sarabhais, who live in a luxury apartment building in the upmarket Cuffe Parade area of South Mumbai. The family consists of Indravadan Sarabhai (Satish Shah) and his wife Maya (Ratna Pathak), who live in an apartment with their younger son Rosesh (Rajesh Kumar). Their older son Sahil (Sumeet Raghavan) and his wife Monisha Sarabhai (Rupali Ganguly) née Manisha Singh live in the apartment across the hallway. Maya considers the name Manisha middle class and renames her Monisha before their marriage. Monisha's middle-class habits irk Maya. Monisha, on the other hand, does not appreciate Maya's snooty and snobbish behaviour. Indravadan constantly derides Roshesh for being tied to his mother's apron strings and for writing bad poetry. Maya and Roshesh consider Indravadan's attitude towards Rosesh and his gregarious nature boorish. The ensuing conflict and comedy becomes Sarabhai vs Sarabhai. Much of the humour is ... Written by Piyush Arora

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The poetry competition episode of the show is definitely one of the most memorable episodes and that's largely due to Kacha Kela's hilarious poem, Main Lukhkha Hun. The actor playing Kacha Kela in this episode is actually one of the show's writers, Aatish Kapadia. See more »

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Best comedy serial ever!!
25 February 2015 | by vinayjoshiiiSee all my reviews

Sarabhai vs Sarabhi is the best comic serial I've ever seen. The cast and direction is awesome and even today, I watch the downloaded episodes regularly.. In an era of all saas bahu non-sense, this show still shows the conflicts, but in the best humorous manner possible. I'm so much addicted to Sarabhai vs Sarabhi and have seen all the episodes so many times, that I remember Rosesh's poetry line by line.. Each and every character is awesome and all the actors are gems, Satish Shah being my favorite.. Hats off to dushyant for his perfect direction. 9.4/10 on IMDb by close to 3k users itself speaks about the show. Please please come up with a new season with same cast. I'm dying to see some new episodes.

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8 November 2004 (India) See more »

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Сарабхай проти Сарабхай See more »

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