Hatim Tai to debut on Star Plus on 26 Dec

MUMBAI: Kuch Kar Dikhana Hai will make way for kids' show Hatim Tai on Star Plus, beginning 26 December.


Ramanand Sagar's Sagar Arts has created the weekly show, that will air on Fridays at 8 pm. Kuch Kar Dikhana Hai, the Optimystix show that gets hidden talent to flaunt itself during the programme. Hatim Tai, the immortal children's classic, will combine adventure with feats, a bit of science and lots of bravery and valour. The show has been created with high production values, says Star India senior Vp, content and communication, Deepak Segal. While Shakti and Amrit Sagar, the next generation of the Sagars, are directing the show, Jyoti Sagar is handling the computer graphics, that are an essential element of the special effects of the programme.

Kuch Kar Dikhana Hai, which has completed its seasonal run, will however, return to the channel next year with fresh talent, says Segal.

Actor Raahil will play central character Hatim Tai, while the main villain Jaal is being portrayed by Nirmal Pandey and the behind-the-scenes villain Najumi is being essayed by Vijay Ganju. Jasmine provides the female lead in the show.

A bank of six episodes is being maintained by the production house.

Another show that will debut on Star Plus in January 2004 is Koi Jaane Naa. Also a weekly, Koi Jaane Naa is being produced by Anurradha Prasad- Rajeev Shukla's BAG Films.

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