It is about a zest towards life," Bhatt, who has penned the show's concept, said here.The filmmaker said the show "has been made passionately because it comes from an area of my life where I've gone through such circumstances".

"It's possibly the most powerful autobiography and narratives that I've drawn out from my heart," said Bhatt, who was joined by Ram and the show's co-producers Guroudev Bhalla and Dhaval Gada at a press conference here. Talking about what aspect of his life the show highlights, the "Arth" director said: "It comes from a very intense relationship that I had with this man named U.G. Krishnamurti, who was my friend, guide and philosopher.

Whatever I am, is based on the backdrop of my understanding that I had towards him. "In March 2007 (when Krishnamurti died), I had to go through this very painful process of making a decision, similar to what the character (in the show) does how do you go about executing the desire of the person who you love the most when that person says allow me to make an exit from the world, what will you do then Will you allow him to go or do you and your own selfishness will block his way?"The story of the show loosely based on Bhatt's 1989 film "Daddy" -- revolves around Ram (played by Ram himself), who wants to rescue his terminally ill wife Anandita (essayed by Gurdeep) and how he and his children try to bring her back into their lives.Talking about his character, Ram said: "I'm very privileged and honoured to be a part of this project.

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