Apparently, the sets of COLORS and Creative Eye's Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Kam got chosen as an exhibit for imperial guests who'd come to visit Filmcity.
According to our source, "The first lady of Japan Miyuki Hatoyama, Japanese Ambassador's wife Mrs. Noriko Domichi and Indian Ambassador's wife Mrs. Nalini Singh had come to visit Filmcity. When they wished to see a typical set where daily soaps are shot, they were shown the sets of COLORS' new show launching tonight, Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Kam as it's the newest and the biggest till date. The set for the show is erected in a vast area of around 2 acres. The set has everything in it that depicts the typical Lucknow culture. They guests were impressed to see the Lucknow style buildings, shops, the huge temple and the havelis erected on the sets."
Dheeraj Kumar, the Producer of the show says, "Yes, the first lady of Japan Miyuki Hatoyama, Japanese Ambassador's wife Mrs. Noriko Domichi and India Ambassador's wife were there to visit Filmcity. The authorities from the State Government of Maharashtra chose our set. They took almost an hour to see our set and the first lady of Japan said that she found them quite authentic. We explained everything about the sets and the Lucknow culture. They were quite impressed."
When asked Dheeraj about the popularity he is getting even before the show is launching he says, "It's good to get such a response but we have made the product, let the people react to it."
Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Kam starts tonight, 28th December and will be telecast from Monday to Friday at 9pm on COLORS. It has Gaurav Khanna and Yami Gautam as the protagonists.
Reporter: Ranjini Nair
Author: Susan Jose