Limaye is in awe with the standard of Indian small screen and lauds the spirit of both the female protagonists of the show.
“Shooting experience was fantastic. I never thought television too will take high-end drama and action sequences seriously and will be willing to spend that kind of money and quality on this. And shooting with Divyanka and Anita, I was amazed at their sportsmanship as both of them are non-swimmers,” Limaye said. Divyanka is also glad for bringing a change in the perception of the traditional daughter-in-law of the small screen. She says that it was the whole motive behind “Ye Hai Mohabbatein”.
“The whole motive and message of the show is that a woman can do everything and anything to save her family. And talking about these action sequences, I swear I'm loving each one of the them," she said.