Badi Door Se Aaye Hain completes 200 episodes!

Its celebration time on the sets of Badi Door Se Aaye Hain!

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SAB TV's Badi Door Se Aaye Hain, under Hats Off Productions, is loved by the masses for its alien based concept and funny sequences. While the makers leave no stone unturned to bring variations to its story to entertain the masses, the show has successfully completed the journey of 200 episodes.

Our source says, "On this occasion the entire team is cutting a cake on sets and later there will be get together."

When asked Puneet Talreja, who is seen as Hemant Ghotala about the celebration, he says, "It really feels good that we are appreciated, this is surely an achievement for us."

Rupali Bhonsale, seen as Varsha Ghotala says, "First of all, I cannot believe that we have completed 200 episodes, everyday is like a new beginning. I hope that we add one more zero to it."

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Phalguni Sharma

Rupali Bhonsale Puneet Talreja Badi Door Se Aaye Hain  SAB TV 

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errrm 9 years ago @ -Vanshikaa-

I agree with you, we can't know how it will be before it's made. But that permission must be sought before embarking upon the product, I think is not just polite or appropriate; it's absolutely necessary.

I know I'd be bummed if someone re-made a film I'd written without coming to me first. I wouldn't really care then if they ruin it or make it cooler, even though if they ruined it, it would make me look better :P
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Mohabbateinn 9 years ago @errm

Well, like you said some people liked the Don remake whereas others did not. Thus, it would be wrong to conclude that a Zanjeer remake would turn out bad. A remake can never be better than the original, because its the ORIGINAL! So, I think JA's argument lacks substance. As per permission, Salman Khan will need to convince his father Salim Khan for the remake. But, I don't see no problem in that. Films like Zanjeer need to be revived. Whether that be for the better or worse, who are we to decide unless it's remade.2012-04-03 12:29:01
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errrm 9 years ago @ -Vanshikaa-

He did concede that it is a free world and people can do what they please and make remakes, whether good or bad.

His main contention here was that the original writer's permission must be taken. And Farhan did take Salim-Javed's permission, so no problem.

Whether the remake, ultimately, was better or worse is open to debate - it is very subjective. Many people have liked Farhan's Don more, including me. (Although I found SRK's Vijay accent fake and supremely annoying - only Big B can pull that off.)

There is a logic, I think.
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Mohabbateinn 9 years ago His son, Farhan, can remake a film like Don and tarnish it. But, others can't remake a film. Oh. What great logic.
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-DE- 9 years ago Remakes in my opnion should not be made.

Movies like Mighle-E-Azam are precious movies they way they are.

Bollywood Actress earlier times from 1900-1980 are 10 times better actresses than todays actresses. They wont be able to keep up with high level of acting , so remake will be difficult.
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Wistfulness 9 years ago Agree, remake can never be better than the original. Amitabh Bachchan will always remain 'DON'. About Zanjeer, nobody can portray Inspector Vijay, never.
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errrm 9 years ago Btw Farhan Akhtar did seek permission from Salim Khan before remaking Don :) It is a well-known fact, but I dug up these two articles just in case.


2012-04-03 07:13:31
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abhishelke123 9 years ago Sir what about Don directed by your son Farhan Akhtar!!!
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leo4ever 9 years ago i tend to agree with his point but did his son do the same with salim khan?2012-04-03 04:53:05
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