Instant Khichdi

Instant Khichdi is an Indian sitcom that aired on STAR One from 1 July 2005 to 7 August 2005. The series served as the second season of Khichdi franchise and a sequel to the show Khichdi, which aired on STAR Plus channel. The show has been made into a film: Khichdi: The Movie.

Instant Khichdi
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GenreSitcom
StarringSee below
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes38
Production
Running timeapproximately 25 minutes
Release
Original networkSTAR One
Picture format480i
Original releaseJuly 1 (2005-07-01) 
August 7, 2005 (2005-08-07)
Chronology
Preceded byKhichdi
Followed byKhichdi Returns

Plot

The series portrays the life of an eccentric Gujarati joint family living in Mumbai. The family is led by the elderly Tulsidas Parekh and consists of his offspring, who he acquired at a local carnival. The first season, particularly the initial episodes, focus on the idiosyncratic members of the family who are only united by their desire to separate from each other. Since the patriarch does not permit them to sell off their house and separate into nuclear families, they live on hoping that he changes his mind or passes away. Eventually, they move into a much larger house left behind by a deceased aunt.

-They become overnight millionaires when they discover oil in their older property. The second season portrays humorous depictions of a bourgeois family that is trying to settle itself into higher society with their new-found wealth. They live on in their own eccentric way, trying to ace the lives of the super-rich.

Cast

Guest appearances

Awards and nominations

Indian Telly Awards

Winner

  • 2005: Best Actor in a Comic Role ( Female ) - Supriya Pathak as Hansa[1]
  • 2005: Best Child Artiste (Male) - Yash Mittal as Jacky

Nominated

  • 2005: Best Sitcom / Comedy Writer - Aatish Kapadia[2]
  • 2005: Best Actor in a Comic Role (Female) - Vandana Pathak as Jayshree[3]
  • 2005: Best Actor in Comic Role (Male) - Rajeev Mehta as Praful
  • 2005: Best Sitcom/Comedy Programme

References

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