Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon completes 400 episodes
Produced under the banner of ‘Nautanki Films’ the serial Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon has completed 400 episodes. To celebrate the occasion Nuatanki Films brought in a big cake which was cut by Drashti Dhami, Vivian Dsena, Shama Deshpande, Seema Mishra, Raza Murad, and others. After feeding cake to his co-stars, Vivian later chose to smear the cake on the face and head of one of the technicians.
Comment the producers Abhinav Shukla & Saurabh Tewari, “We are extremely happy to be celebrating the success of Madhubala with 400 episodes. So far the response from all our loyal fans and viewers worldwide has been over whelming and continuous. We are glad the audiences have loved the show so far, because it has proved to be game – changer in today’s TV industry.”
Commented Vivian, “our producers are cool dudes. It’s been a fun experience.” On being asked whether the show has so much of Nautanki because production house has the same name, he quips, “what we do is called acting and not nautanki.”
Launched in 2011, the show has since then has completed 400 episodes and has received tremendous accolades and a world wide huge fan following since it’s launch. The show has also received numerous awards for its gripping story line and power packed performances by lead actors Drashti Dhami & Vivian Dsena. This show set the benchmark for Nautanki Films as a production house to be reckoned with.
Nautanki Films’ other prime TV show includes Do Dil Ek Jaan on Life OK. Cutting away from the regular saas – bahu sagas, Nautanki Films has established itself as creative production house churning out entertaining and relatable content. Nautanki Films has also diversified into filmmaking with their maiden venture, a political satire that went on floor in September 2013. Their film, Ekkees Topon Ki Salaami features Divyendu Sharma (of Pyaar Ka Punchnama & Chashme Baddoor fame), Manu Rishi (Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!) Aditi sharma (Mausam & Ladies vs Ricky Bahl) and Rajesh Sharma (Special 26) & Neha Dhupia in a special cameo for their first film. The movie is written by Rahil Qazi and Directed by Ravindra Gautam of Madhubala fame.