Mumbai: Actress Amrita Rao thanked her “Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai” co-star Pallavi Joshi for treating the whole cast of the TV show to Maharashtrian food. The fact that the show is set against a Maharashtrian backdrop and has Marathi actors, resulted in some bonding session over food on the set. Pallavi, who plays Devika in the &TV show, usually gets home-cooked Maharashtrian food, and other cast members just dig in. “Everyone on the sets is really fond of food. We have bonded more due to our love for Maharashtrian food. It is really nice of Pallavi-ji to treat us always with some delicious food on the sets,” Amrita said in a statement. K.K. Goswami enters 'Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!' Television star K.K. Goswami has joined the cast of popular TV show “Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!". He asked the viewers to brace for a joyride post his entry. Goswami will be seen entering the show to find a groom for his onscreen daughter. He will be seen portraying the character of a demanding father with a comic twist. “I would like to say that the dialogues of the show are written so well that when I was reading it I couldn’t control my laughter. I hope the audiences will enjoy my track on the show,” Goswami said in a statement. The show, which is aired on &TV, stars Saumya Tandon, Aashif Sheikh, Rohitash Gaud and Shubhangi Atre. And Goswami said that he is having fun shooting with the cast. 'Girl in the City' goes on digital high Web series “Girl in the City” -- a story of a girl who steps into the bustling city of Mumbai to fulfil her dream of being in the fashion industry -- is turning out to be a hit in the virtual world. bindass channel's “Girl In The City” has garnered over 15 million views for all its content pieces across digital platforms. The series first went live on Facebook on April 28. It is followed by broadcast on bindass TV channel and is also available on YouTube. Mithila Palkar is seen as lead protagonist Meera Sehgal on the show. The channel is now gearing up to launch a specially produced music video featuring the central character, read a statement.