Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Dhoom was a kids' drama lunched on Star Plus channel in 2004. it was produced by Rahul productions of Smita Thakre and directed by '
Sameer Kulkarni'. Kabhi khushi kabhi dhoom (K3D in brief) was a story of seven children who were orphan and adopted by late husband of Savitri Aunty who lived in a huge bungalow with them. The pranks these children play on the servant who looks after the children named Poster, Savitri Aunty who lives with the children and the occasional visitor evokes laughter. The role of Poster ( similar to Calendar in Mr. India) was played by Ali Asghar who is a well known comedian. Savitri Aunty was portrayed by famous actress
Pallavi Joshi. The supporting roles were done by
Vishal Singh as Anuj (the trustee's son who comes to the house as a cook because maintenance of peace and harmony are important for him) and Dilip Joshi as Taneja( the builder who having an eye on the huge bungalow of Savitri Aunty). Kids' roles were played by
Abhishek Sharma, Anuj Pandit,
Shivani Joshi, Arun Dev Sharma, Samarth and Akshita. The story had a lot of similarities with super hit movies of earlier years Brahmachari and Mr. India. Later in the show, after 18 episodes, Pallavi Joshi and Vishal Singh were dropped from the serial due to some differences.
The serial was telecast on star Pus Channel form May 21, 2004 and continued for 39 episodes.