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When all got 'Spooky' for the writer...

The writer of the show Shree had a weird experience when penning down a situation related to the spirit in the show...

Published: Thursday,Dec 18, 2008 15:12 PM GMT-07:00
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'Shree', Hats Off Productions' upcoming show on Zee,
When all got Spooky for the writer...
has already made it to the headlines for being a unique show with a love story intermixed with a supernatural element. And as per the title (Shree which suggests a 'Shubh Aarambh'), a havan was organized to set things rolling during the launch.

However, Jayesh Patil, the writer of the show had a rather unusual experience while writing the script. "I have been working on this script for nearly 6 months now. But recently, I got such a weird feeling that I had to take a break from writing. And I went for a vacation of 20 days to the USA", quips Jayesh.

"This happened when I was describing more about the character of Kalpana, the spirit in the show. I was penning down a particular situation and the manner in which she reacts. I got too engrossed in the story that I really felt that Kalpana existed near me", adds the writer.

Jayesh immediately shared this weird experience with J.D. Majethia and opted for a break. "I told him everything and he immediately gave me the permission to take off from work and go out of the country", adds he.

Ask him whether he now believes in supernatural powers, and he articulates, "I do love to believe it, but within the limits of entertainment".

Wonder how the viewers will feel when they see the same spirit on screen??

Reporter and Author: Rachana Trivedi
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mattss @mattss 14 years ago Promos are v xciting ,lookg forward to viewing ''Shree...
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ATP2211 @ATP2211 14 years ago i THINK this wouls be a lovely show as it is produced by Hats Off Productions.

They really make perfect shows.
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