‘The Kumars at No.42’ set for a comeback

Last Updated: Thursday, March 17, 2011 - 13:24

London: Hit comedy chat show ‘The Kumars at No.42’ is set to return to tickle your bone—but with a ‘credit crunch’ setting.

According to TV Biz, creator Sanjeev Bhaskar said he wanted the BBC2 show—in which the fictional Kumar family interview guests in their detached house—to move to a flat above a shop reports the Sun.

And he said the family, in another nod to tougher times, could tackle MPs about serious issues, as well as chat to celebrities.

Sanjeev who won a Royal Television Society award for his BBC1 daytime drama ‘The Indian Doctor,’ said that we all had agreed to a comeback and were now waiting for the go-ahead from TV bosses.

"I want the Kumars to return – all the cast are up for it. But I’d like to see it set above a shop to reflect the credit crunch. We never got politicians on the show when it originally aired but I’d love to, particularly ones from the Coalition,” he said.

ANI



First Published: Thursday, March 17, 2011 - 13:24

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