We bet you haven’t seen these Sarabhai VS Sarabhai episodes yet!

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Hardcore Sarabhai VS Sarabhai fan like me. Aren’t you? Sarabhai VS Sarabhai is the funniest Indian sitecom which had only one season with 70 episodes according to the Wikipedia. Sad! We are waiting for the next season for last 10 years. But I think it isn’t gonna come again. But well, don’t worry. We have a good news for you. We have found two unlisted episodes of Sarabhai VS Sarabhai.

We have found two unseen episodes!

Yes, we have found two unseen episodes of Sarabhai VS Sarabhai. These two episodes were telecasted in association of other sitcom of the same production house- Khichdi. Actually these two episodes are mixture of Khichdi and Sarabhai VS Sarabhai, which is not listed anywhere on the internet. I, the die hard fan of SVS have found these episodes on the internet.

What is it about?

In these episodes, the two families, Sarabhais and Parekhs are celebrating International Family week. During this, they finds out that they are related to each other. Hansa Parekh is apparently cousin of Maya Sarabhai. Yes. Can you imagine?! And the Parekhs after knowing this comes to the Sarabhais’ mention. And the laughter adventure of two mad families begins. I won’t share much. Enjoy these two unseen Sarabhai VS Sarabhai episodes.

International Family Week Part 1

International Family Week Part 2

Is Sarabhai VS Sarabhai coming back?

We asked the question to the director himself. While an exclusive interview with BuddyBits, Deven Bhojani (Director of the show) told us that the comeback of SVS is on the producer and the channel of the show.

I’m glad that audiences loved SVS and consistently demand for its next season, which is not a very common thing in television; but only the producers and the channel can answer the question ‘When is it possible?!’

– Deven Bhojani (Director, Sarabhai VS Sarabhai)

What do you think?

What do you think about Sarabhai VS Sarabhai? Should SVS producers come with a new season? Tell us through comments.

Nishit Jariwala
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