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Mona ‘Jassi’ Singh returns in retro-Mom avataar

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Upcoming TV show 'Yeh Meri Family' stars Mona Singh and Akarsh Khurana playing the roles of the affable parents and is sure to help 90s' kids get a nostalgic connect. Set in Jaipur over the events of the summer vacation of 1998, the 7-episode series revolves around the simplicity in conflicts, emotions and bonding of the five-member Gupta family. The protagonist – 12-year-old street-smart Harshu (Vishesh Bansal), 15-year old 'adarsh beta' Dabbu (Ahaan Nirban), 5-year-old Chitti (Ruhi Khan) – the apple of the family’s eyes, the quintessential 90s mom (Mona Singh) and the engine of the family – papa (Akarsh Khurana). Each character lends a beautiful hue to the family dramedy. This show is created and directed by Sameer Saxena (also the creator of Permanent Roommates & Tripling) and written by Saurabh Khanna.

Essaying the role of the mother in 'Yeh Meri Family', actor Mona ('Jassi') Singh said, “This is my first web series with TVF and they have made me feel like family since the very first day. It feels great to be associated with them. I play the role of the tough-nut-to-crack mummy who knows her kids inside out and is often difficult to fool. I am certain that viewers will fall in love with 'Yeh Meri Family' and our characters.”

Movie director-cum-actor Akarsh Khurana, effectively portrays the role of the father.

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