YEH JO HAI ZINDAGI (literally meaning” ‘This Thing Called Life’) was one of the first and the biggest super hit comedy sitcom telecast on Indian Television in the early 1980’s. All Roads across the nation would get empty every Friday at 8.30 pm to watch this exceptional laughter riot. This was one TV Serial which touched the hearts of the common man and identified with his day to day life. It was a fantastic way to end the week and welcome the weekend in those days. The box-office openings in cinemas were affected, as actor Jeetendra once complained.
Vol. 1 - Episodes 1 to 6
Vol. 2 - Episodes 7 to 12
Vol. 3 - Episodes 13 to 18
Vol. 4 - Episodes 19 to 24
Vol. 5 - Episodes 25 to 30
Vol. 6 - Episodes 31 to 36
Vol. 7 - Episodes 37 to 42
Vol. 8 - Episodes 43 to 48
Vol. 9 - Episodes 49 to 54
Vol. 10 - Episodes 55 to 60
Vol. 11 - Episodes 61 to 67
“People asked me all the time How they can get hold of a copy of ‘Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi’ in the US, Canada, wherever I went, and now I am happy I have an answer for them” Rakesh Bedi - Sunday Midday, Mumbai.
“The cast and crew of the cult comedy TV series ‘Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi’ are still amazed at the reactions that they get from long time lovers of the show”-Mid-Day, Delhi
“It was a rare chemistry of friends and professionals coming together that created such a strong foundation”-Shraddha Sukumaran Mid-Day Mumbai.
“Personally speaking it was a show I looked forward to every Friday night and a show whose theme song we sung along with skipping a beat”-Rajeev Masand, in “Now Showing”, CNN IBN
Thank you, for reviving Pleasant memories, not only on my Behalf, But on behalf of all those who love me through this serial - Satish
Special Features - Interactive Menus of Scenes for Easy Access
SHE DVD 1132 “Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi” DVD Video Hindi TV Serial, Approx. 9 Hours.
5.1 Dolby Digital
with English Sub-Titles
DVD Authored By Shemaroo
This Title is complete with 11 Discs, Not to be sold individually.
“Exempt from censor By the order no. 807/3/2007 F(C) of Ministry of Information and broadcasting under Government of India dated: 24th September 2007. Regarding exemptions from the provision relating to certification of films contained in part (II) of section of the Cinematograph Act, 1952 (37 of 1952)