Best Dialogues From Sarabhai Vs. Sarabhai

Best Dialogues From Sarabhai Vs. Sarabhai Hindi Article

is one of the sole reasons why we still have hopes of watching good TV serials on the Indian Television. The show has shown one of the best acts of humour over the years. The Indian viewers will never forget the highly sophisticated Mother-in-law, the middle-class Daughter-in-law, the wily dad Indravadhan, the obedient son Rosesh, and the handsome, poor Sahil. Net4u, today presents top 10 iconic dialogues from Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai, hope you guys enjoy it.

1) We know well how Daddy Sarabhai loves mocking hs son, or erm, Maya Sarabhai’s baby boy. However, irrespective of how weird Rosesh Sarabhai is, mocking him all the time can sometimes hurt the poor guy’s sentiments.

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2) And this is when sophisticated Sasuma Sarabhai reminds the audience how typically middle-class her Bahu Sarabhai is! Monisha tries really hard to adjust in this royal family, however there are some tacky yet cute habits she has, which has made us fall in love with her and her innocence.

3) When the lovely couple gets into the fight and Indu Sarabhai goes on record of irritating Maya Sarabhai, this is what happens. Maya Sarabhai is an exceptionally brilliant character in the show. She is well educated and well cultured. Her husband, however, never leaves an opportunity to irritate her.

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4) Even though Maya keeps trying to teach her Bahu to be, still she faces trouble maintaining the household. She is the one who usually runs behind the ‘Bhelwale Bhaiya’, asking for that extra puri and usually makes Sahil eat, as she likes to call it, the crap she cooks, in the kitchen. You cannot expect her to remember where the telephone directory is, right

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5) When Maya feels a bit under the weather, Indu jokingly starts preparing for her funeral. We can all that, no matter how irritating Indu can be, we all love him. We know he is a great father and a loving husband. 

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6) Maya is back in her sophisticated, high class ‘avtar’. Here, she tortures Monisha again, for being middle-class and superstitious. Monisha is an innocent soul, we must say. She unknowingly gets on Maya’s nerves, yet she cares. Indu is someone who always enjoys this healthy tension between the two of them.

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7) We, as an audience, can never get over Rosesh’s poems. No matter how lame they are, we still love it with all our hearts, but, does Indu? Be it the ‘Momma ki purse’ poem or the ‘Ek pair wala kutta’, we have always enjoyed it. The family as a whole irritate each other, but when needed, they supported each other. This is the story of all Indian families and hence we loved it.

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8) Monisha Sarabhai, the middle-class Bahu, is married off in a very well educated, sophisticated and a high-class family. This is why we always find herself in difficult situations. Now, Scrabble is a tough, we must say

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9) Yes, Maya Sarabhai is benevolent and she believes in social work. However, she has to maintain a standard in the society too. We then have, Indravadhan Sarabhai to come to the rescue of these poor children. He is the one always asking her the sensible questions to her.

10) Lovely, graceful and a pinch of swagger. This is what describes Maya. Her witty humour is to die for. And for a husband like Indu, there is always a wife like Maya Sarabhai. Even though Indu irritates her a lot, we all know how much he loves her.