Narayan Rane spills the beans on Zee Marathi's 'Khupte Tithe Gupte'
Zee Marathi viewers can now expect a new version of entertainment as Avadhoot Gupte is back with his most popular chat show “Khupte Tithe Gupte.” It does not end here as the new season will kickstart with none other than Narayan Rane who will be the guest of the evening. In an unusual act, Rane will be seen expressing his respect towards the Shiv Sena supremo, Balasaheb Thackeray on the show.
“I have utmost respect for Balasaheb Thackeray. I call him the king of Maharashtra and Marathi people. I had to leave Shiv Sena as my presence in the party was causing rifts between Balasaheb and his son. Being an honest party worker, I was ready to obey Balasaheb but I could not do the same for his son. So, I moved out in order to maintain peace between the father and son”, said Rane when asked about his reason behind leaving the party.
From Wednesday, 8th Nov 2012, “Khupte Tithe Gupte” is making its comeback and this episode featuring Narayan Rane will be the first episode. The show seems to have maintained its reputation of managing to make the guests speak candidly about their feelings and personal life. Praising the host Avadhoot Gupte for his skills of making people speak, Rane said, “I am very impressed by him as he manages to reveal the secrets about the guests through their own mouth.”
Pouring his heart on the issues close to his heart Rane also said, “one cannot express one’s desires by staying in the Congress party and at the same time one cannot even express one’s disappointment in case wishes are not fulfilled by the party management. This is the way the Congress party works. This is one of the things I dislike about the party as it creates uncertainty.”
Rane’s wife, Neelam Rane, is also featured on the show. Neelam too will be seen talking about the personal life of Rane. Talking about the same, Neelam said, “he might have changed the party but I still remain good friends with the women associated with Shiv Sena and he has never restricted me on that part. It’s been 40 years for this association, so the bonds are very strong.”