When JD Majethia, producer of one of the most loved comedy shows on TV “Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai”, posted pictures with the entire cast of the show on Twitter on Wednesday, a buzz that a second season could be expected started doing the rounds.

After all, Majethia had also hinted at “some good news for fans” of the show.

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Sarabhai family at satish ji ‘s place…. Some good news for fans on its way ??

An evening we will cherish for a long long time . Thank you Satishji N Madhu Bhabhi

Sarabhi VS sarabhi is equal to craziness…. there r no limits & fun never ends !!!! pic.twitter.com/9QiB14GDAr

When prodded by BollywoodLife about what he meant by “good news” and whether the makers are planning a sequel or a new show, Majethia told the portal, “Hmm…It is not decided. I don’t think it will be a sequel or it’s too early to comment. What we have decided is the team is going to come together for a new project for sure. Now, I have spoken a lot for the time being.”

“Sarabhai vs Sarabhai” was an Indian sitcom featuring a quintessential upper-class family in Mumbai.

The show, broadcast in 2005, received a positive response from the critics and enjoyed one of the best TRPs for an Indian comedy show.

The show follows the shenanigans of the Sarabhai family, an upper middle class family living in South Bombay. The family consists of Indravadan Sarabhai (Satish Shah) and his wife Maya (Ratna Pathak), who live in an apartment with their younger son Rosesh (Rajesh Kumar). Their older son Sahil (Sumeet Raghavan) and his wife Monisha Sarabhai(Rupali Ganguly) live in the apartment across the hallway.