Best remembered for his brilliant performance as ACP Pradyuman in C.I.D., in a recent chat, ace and nuanced film / TV star Shivaji Satam spills story behind iconic Kuch Toh Gadbad Hai Daya.
In his recent interview off late with a leading digital entertainment portal, TV star Shivaji Satam spills story behind iconic Kuch Toh Gadbad Hai Daya.
Opening up on how the cult and iconic catch-phrase came into existence, versatile TV actor Shivaji Satam spills story behind iconic Kuch Toh Gadbad Hai Daya.
Apart from effectively solving crimes, another important thing associated with the longest running criminal detective show of Indian television C.I.D., was the most loved catch-phrase Kuch Toh Gadbad Hai Daya which gained immense popularity as well.
Another interesting fact here is that in this recent interview chat with a leading entertainment tabloid, finally the real story behind the iconic catch-phrase actually coming into existence and later on being incorporated on the show has been revealed.
In his interview with entertainment tabloid, ACP Pradyuman aka Shivaji Satam shared about the fact that the catch-phrase was not at all planned. In fact, it so happened that while he was discussing a scene with the creator and makers, They all found his hand gesture just so fascinating that they asked Shivaji to do it with his onscreen character and explaining same part, Shivaji says, “One day I was talking to him, discussing something about the scene and he kept on (staring). I asked, ‘What happened?’ (He said) ‘Jis tarah se tu explain kar raha tha. Abhi jo tu aise haath kar ke bata raha tha. Yehi mujhe chahiye, karega tu ye? Isko tu ACP ke character mein laa sakta hai kya? (The way you were explaining, using your hands, will you be able to replicate this as ACP?)’ he asked me”.
The actor then spoke about how he replicated this hand gesture for the show and rest is just history and also whilst social media has played an important role in amplifying the show’s popularity especially for its characters and dialogues, its flaws also ended up becoming the talking point on social media as netizens even started poking fun at several illogical scenes and cheap production values and talking about it, Shivaji told, “CID was never a reality show or a docudrama. It was pure fantasy. You have to finish your subject in one hour or 45 minutes. So somewhere you had to take jumps. A case would take months to solve. There are certain (cases) where you’ll need more than two episodes to go. You can’t shoot each and every paragraph of a story. So those things will always be there. There’s always be something which will be illogical but life also is illogical sometimes”.