Mumbai, Jan 10: TV show "Ek Nanad Ki Khushiyon Ki Chaabi... Meri Bhabhi", a story about the bonding between sisters-in-law, has completed 150 episodes.
Actress Kanchi Kaul, one of the protagonists of the Star Plus show, took to microblogging website Twitter to share the news Friday.
"'Meri Bhabhi' does 150 episodes tonight (Friday)! The best team and all your love has made it happen! Thank you all. Cheers to many more," Kanchi tweeted Friday.
"...Meri Bhabhi" went on air in the summer of 2013.
The show also features Supriya Pilgaonkar, Esha Kansara, Kanwaljit Singh and Vipul Gupta.
Apara Mehta joins 'Firangi Bahu'
"Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" star Apara Mehta will increase the drama quotient of "Firangi Bahu" as Mota Bhabhi.
Sharp and sarcastic, her character has several shades. Her judgemental quality petrifies many and she is set to make life hell for everyone especially firangi bahu, Camili.
"I am very excited to be a part of such a novel and fresh concept. Being a Gujarati, I could fit into the character easily. My character is not negative, but has shades of grey. I am sure that the character will shape up well and the audiences will enjoy the drama," Apara said in a statement.
Her entry in "Firangi Bahu" is slated from Jan 13. The show comes on Sahara One at 10 p.m.
From housewife to teacher, Shilpa's new makeover
Actress Shilpa Shinde, best remembered as housewife Koyal Ghotak Narayan in "Chidiya Ghar", will now be seen on the small screen as a Catholic teacher in comedy serial "Lapataganj - Ek Baar Phir" on SAB TV.
"I am playing a character of Marry Demello in the serial. Marry is a teacher and has come to stay in Lapataganj. Playing a Catholic girl, with a positive approach towards life and filled with energy, she knows her traditional values and she is always seen in modern and western clothes," said Shilpa in a statement.
"Comedy is not easy, but my past roles have given me much needed experience in it. Hope people like it and they will like my new serial, new role and new look," added the actress, who did comic roles in "Chidiya Ghar" and "Bechara Big B".