" I truly enjoy working with all my co-actors. Being a part of such a unique concept, I also got to experiment with my character and funny mannerisms which were liked by our viewers, he said."
Mumbai, Aug 1 - Comical TV series F.I.R., about lady inspector Chandramukhi Chautala and her adept team of police officers solving criminal cases with a funny twist, has completed a successful stint of eight years on Indian television. The cast and crew is ecstatic.

It is said to be one of the longest running comedy shows on the Indian small screen. The show captivates its loyal audience with its different characters and their unique mannerisms. Recently, the show even underwent a format change to include a 'live audience'.

Kavita Kaushik, who plays Chandramukhi Chautala, has been with the show since eight years.

Talking about her journey, she said: When I was first offered this show eight years ago, I was also getting offers for negative roles on other networks. I chose to go ahead with 'F.I.R.' as I had a strong belief in its innovative script and I did my role with gusto and enthusiasm.

From the first episode till now, it has been an incredible journey and I have touched success along with SAB TV. I thank the viewers from the bottom of my heart and am sure they will continue to support us with their affection in the years to come, she said.

Actor Gopi Bhalla, who plays Constable Gopinath Gandotra, feels blessed to be a part of the F.I.R..

I truly enjoy working with all my co-actors. Being a part of such a unique concept, I also got to experiment with my character and funny mannerisms which were liked by our viewers, he said.

The show airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. on SAB TV.


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