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Rosesh's marriage plans dumped!
Rosesh is perhaps destined to stay a bachelor. The man couldn't manage to bag a biwi, despite having 1000 maidens to choose from!
The hunt for a bride for Rosesh started earlier this year when indya.com carried a mock matrimonial ad for the Sarabhai off spring. In what might be called a huge response, over 1000 women (some of them even married) lined up at the studio to ask for the hand of the man in question and at the same time bag a role in the show. Huge amount of money, time and creativity was invested in this venture, as the Hats Off team looked to choose a girl who would not only have a good face and personality, but be an actress as well! But now after almost three months the team has given up on the idea and will soon be taking a two month season break.
"It was really difficult. They just could not act. We tried very hard. I asked them to look in one direction and they would look in another...the problem is that I cannot give them too much time, I have to finish shooting in a certain period of time and I had given the four shortlisted girls three days...but it just didn't happen. We were looking to find a girl with a spark...but unfortunately it didn't happen," rues creative director, Deven Bhojani.
Producer, JD Majethia agrees with Bhojani that the idea was a great one, but it was not meant to be. "No one suited the picture we had in mind! They could not act...and somehow, I didn't like even one of them. But if it had worked we would have got a natural talent," says JD.
Writer-producer, Aatish Kapadia too seemed let down by their inability to find a suitable match for Rosesh. "We decided not to include any of the girls in the show. We believe that it's better to not have a bride for him, than to have someone who's not suitable," points out Kapadia.
When contacted Star India senior vice president Deepak Sehgal said, "It was the call of the makers and I really don't know much about it."
Perhaps the most depressed is the 'oh! so close, yet so far' groom, Rosesh, who would have to continue as a bachelor in the second season as well. "I am not worried! But it was good to know that the character is so loved. I was amazed at the response," laughs Rajesh Kumar, who plays Rosesh.
But surely as far as Rosesh is concerned, biwi nahin toh kya, momma to toh hai!
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