While both actors are household names with their fantastic work, they will soon be seen on TV making their viewers laugh out loud and give a social message with this new venture.
Based on events surrounding the life of Mr Bhade, played by Deven Bhojani, 'Bh Se Bhade' is a story of a kind, loving, sensible, sensitive common man with a unique ability to take away the pain of those around him.
While he is a boon for those in stress around him, the situation usually turns into a bane for his wife and family.
The result of all the difficulties that Bhade faces is a hilarious comedy of errors that eventually turns out into Bhade giving out a social message to his audiences at the end of each episode.
Talking about his long and successful association with the JD Majethia, Deven Bhojani said, "I think people will always term me as a Hat's Off boy for all my comebacks have been with JD and his production company. It is fabulous to once again be a part of the troupe since I pick up shows very rarely.
"But each time, I'm approached by JD, I cannot refuse him...his narration prowess about the character always convinces me that I should do the role!"
Deven added, "Bhade doesn't have wings and wear a blue cape or yellow underwear over his suit, but he can help those around him. When I heard the character narration, I was in splits thinking of the kind of situations the poor man runs into just by trying to help someone.
"While he has a mother-in-law (played by Sarita Joshi) to deal with at home, there is also a food-loving boss in office Bhimsen Ganguly (played by Atul Parchure), who leaves his troubles to Bhade while he is busy ransacking his employee's lunchboxes. Other than Shaktimaan, a role like this hasn't been explored before."
Talking about her character, Sucheta said, "I play the role of Mrs. Sushma Bhade...she who loves her husband and goes all out in helping him fight obstacles while he takes away another's problems. She is a lady who loves talking and can change any serious topic into a hilarious one by discussing nonsensical issues amidst a serious conversation.
"We have started shooting and the show is turning out to be one laugh riot! Such characters have never been seen TV before. I think this one will be another iconic show from JD's stable after Khichdi, Bab Bahu aur Baby and Sarabhai vs Sarabhai. It is one show that will actually cater to viewers from the age of 6 to 60 years."
--IBNS (Posted on 10-10-2013)