The destined to be propelled TV appear, ‘Jijaji Chhat Per Hain’ guarantees to leave its watchers in parts. Set in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, Jijaji Chhat Per Hain is an engaging and gutsy story of Elaichi played by Hiba Nawab, a quintessential young lady nearby, the leader of the family, Murari Bansal, played by Anup Upadhyay and their vulnerable occupant, Pancham, played by Nikhil Khurana. Propelling on Tuesday, 09 January 2018, Monday to Friday at 11 pm on the little screen, the show will be one of the many shows are all to debut in the new year.
The story will be sprinkled with light minutes in which one would see Elaichi’s mischiefs and whimsies, Pancham’s endeavors to spare himself from her traps and Murari’s desire of getting his little girl to review her ways and settle down throughout everyday life.
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In the show, Murari is a lehenga shop proprietor in Chandni Chowk who lives with his annoying spouse Karuna, played by Soma Rathod, and a free-energetic and straightforward little girl, Elaichi. Defiant Elaichi, has a few traps up her sleeve. She keeps on going to class by purposefully failing every year, even at 22 years old, to abstain from carrying on with the adult life and avoiding marriage.
The contort in the story comes when Murari leases his housetop room/’barsati’ to Pancham. Elaichi finds another objective in Pancham, a 24-year-old kid from Agra who tries to be a music chief however rather arrives up working with Murari to make a decent living. He moves to Delhi with his closest companion, Pintu, both of whom have restricted assets to rely upon. Since Murari is mainly resolved to not lease his ‘barsati’ to single men, Pancham fakes being hitched and masks Pintu, played by Harveer Singh, as a lady acting like his significant other