Here's some GOOD NEWS for all the 'Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behena Hai' fans!

Nov 22, 2017

Here's some GOOD NEWS for all the 'Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behena Hai' fans! (By Telly_News) (Thanked: 3 times)

There have been multiple instances where Indian TV shows are remade and aired in different languages across multiple countries. And, adding to that list is one of Star Plus' much loved show, Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behena Hai.

Starring Kushal Tandon - Nia Sharma - Karan Tacker - Krystle Dsouza, the show has been remade in the form of an English series, and producer Siddharth Malhotra took to Twitter to express his opinion on the same.

Have a look at his tweet right here:

siddharth malhotra Wah...wish we as producers and makers got royalty for all these versions aired :)


Have a look at the promo right here:

Tangled Sisters

Tangled Sisters revolves around Jeevika and Manvi Chaudhary who live in Rishikesh. Orphaned as small girls, they are brought up in an environment that tests their abilities to adapt in life. Jeevika is the older of the two and often finds herself having to solve the messes that the mischievous Manvi gets herself in as well as the problems she causes for others. 

Jeevika marries Viren, the son of an elite family of lawyers, and she leaves for Chandigarh to live with his family. Meanwhile, his brother Virat begins to fall for Manvi, who soon starts to reciprocate those feelings. 

Manvi falls ill with leukaemia and needs a bone marrow transplant to survive. Jeevika, Virat and Manvi go to Mumbai to start Manvi’s treatment. Meanwhile, Jeevika gets pregnant, but is left with no other choice than aborting her baby to save Manvi, as she is the only perfect bone marrow match. Following her successful treatment, Manvi and Virat get married, and Virat pursues his true passion and a career in music. Both the sisters later have a daughter each, Mansi and Jahnvi.


We quizzed Siddharth about the same, to which he said, "I feel very very elated that a show which is an integral part of my life and my brain child is considered to be telecasted or dubbed as an English series... It is pure joy and happiness."

We also asked him if he thinks this is fair to the makers, to which he said, "I don't feel it's fair as we are paid for one version, Hindi. Of course, we sign off all the rights but I personally feel it's only just and fair that makers are given royalty even if it's a minuscule piddly amount, just for the respect towards their creation if that particular content has been chosen to be further exploited."

Well, we are equally happy for the makers and the cast of the show, and Siddharth does have a point.


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