The show went on air last January last year and got high ratings after shifting focus on the stories that interest children.
"It's a combined effort. The stories of super villains vs super heroes have been liked by the audiences," Aman said here Sunday during celebrations of the 200 episodes of the show.
"Children are also our target and they are fond of such stories. When the children watch such stories then of course parents too have to watch them," he added.
"Hum Ne Li Hai...Shapath" is aired on Life OK.
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