Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain is one of the most entertaining shows running on television. The show stars Shubhangi Atre, Aasif Sheikh, Rohitashv Gour, and Nehha Pendse. It is a story of two neighboring families, Tiwari’s and Mishra’s of Modern Colony, Kanpur, where husbands have a crush on each other’s wives. The show has been entertaining the audiences with their camaraderie and funny one-liners for over six years. One of the most loved characters in the show is Vibhuti Narayan Mishra, played by Aasif Sheikh. Aasif Sheikh has played over 300 characters in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain. The actor is awarded from World Book of Records, London, for playing 300 characters in the show.
Aasif Sheikh shared the news on his Instagram account and posted the photo with the certificate in his hands. He wrote,
Thank you guys for making it happen. Crossed 300 different characters in bhabhiji ghar par hai.
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Saumya Tandon also posted a comment on Aasif Sheikh’s post. She wrote,
Huge Congratulations, no one else deserves this more than you. It’s all the years of hard work, labour of love and passion for your craft. Super proud
In an interview with ETimesTV, Aasif expressed his happiness and said,
“I am feeling very elated that World Book of Records, London has acknowledged me. It’s like setting a record, so, I am definitely feeling very happy. I never told anyone that I played so many characters on the show. Now on, they’ll get to know that I’ve done 300 plus characters in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain. I feel more responsible because people have showered me with love, showed their faith on me, and as an actor, it’s my duty to not disappoint them.”
Aasif Sheikh said that he had played almost all kinds of characters in Bhabiji. He talked about his favorite character and said,
“I have played several characters but out of all, the ‘kabaadiwala’ character is my favorite. There was a lot of humor in it and we enjoyed also.”
The show started on March 2, 2015, and on the same day &TV was launched. Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai is one of the first shows on &TV, and it is still going strong.