Satish Shah is a Hindi and Marathi TV actor. He rose to fame with his role in the 1980’s sitcom show Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi directed by Kundan Shah Kundan Shah is an Indian director and scriptwriter >> Read More... and Manjul Sinha Manjul Sinha is a director of many popular TV seri >> Read More... . He appeared in many Bollywood films through the 1980s, 90’s and 2000’s followed by his appearance in the famous television show Sarabhai vs Sarabhai.

Satish Shah was born on 25th June, 1951 in Bombay, Maharashtra. His first mainstream movie was “Arvind Desai ki Ajeeb Dastaan” followed by “Toofani Takkar” released in 1978. Some of his famous roles include Dilawar in Umrao Jaan Click to look into! >> Read More... (1981), Vidyasagar in Aag aur Shola (1989), Anand Rastogi in Gharwali Baharwali It is a Hindi comic daily soap that aired Monday t >> Read More... (1989), Ajit Singh in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), his most praised performance being as Commissioner D’Mello in Jaane Bhi Do yaaron (1983). Apart from Bollywood he also acted in many television shows such as Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi, Sarabhai vs Sarabhai, All The Best Bio coming soon >> Read More... , Nehle Pe Dehla and Filmi Chakkar.

Although Satish Shah appeared in a variety of roles throughout his career he is primarily considered as a comedian. His most recent films include Ramaiya Vastavaiya Click to look into! >> Read More... , Club 60 and the 2014 comedy Humshakals.
Saraansh Verma Hindi Actor

Saraansh Verma

It is quite rare that an actor gains such wide popularity acting in a single serial only and that too not really in the lead role. However, such has been the case of Saraansh Verma, the chubby faced, curly haired youngest brother in the comedy serial, “Chidiya Ghar” being aired since November 2011. Its popularity continues unabated and it is still having a glorious run on SAB TV on weekday evenings. Portraying the role of Kapi, the youngest of the three brothers of the highly moralistic Kesari Narayan family, he has won over the hearts of the followers of this serial through his innocent antics and mannerisms, almost creating a soft corner for him when he faces the tough situations either with his brothers or the strict disciplinarian professor father of his.There seems to be a continuing interest in the serial as each group of episodes are based on some famous proverb and its moral – the moral becoming clear through the incidents that take place in the episode. Kapi and his brothers as well as the other members of the extended family come to realize at the end, in a tragic-comic manner, the lessons learnt. The events of the serial seem to be following Saraansh Verma even in real life too, but in a totally reverse way. While in the serial he was at one time really struggling to get his screen dad’s concurrence for his lady love, in his real life he could manage to get his parents’ blessings for his wedding with his childhood friend Anamika without any hassles.One of the reasons for the great star following this lad from UP could garner for himself is the fact that he is totally devoted to his work, and does not spare any effort to make each episode a success. It is reported that prior to the shooting of a dance number in one of the episodes, he had developed a severe neck strain, but he did not give up and insisted that the shot should go through, albeit with a neck collar added in, courtesy the script writer’s last moment innovation!