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Star Plus's 'SLBB' makes a decade shift (2022)

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MUMBAI: Shaka Laka Boom Boom (SLBB) is changing decades. After the completion of season Jaaduu High; Star looks at pumping SLBB with some real variety. The series began earlier this week on 13 September (Monday) at 7:30 pm.

Changing its approach and offering some variety, the channel aims at capturing its TG (kids) taking heed of the latest technology in the kids arena.

Speaking to indiantelevision.com, Star India's senior vice president content and programming Deepak Segal says, "We are trying out a new theme with SLBB 2022 by incorporating new gadgets and the latest gizmos that the new kids are savvy with. This will also ensure variation and variety."

The story line is as follows. Sanju, on his way back home from Jadoo High, gets lost in the time storm. He reaches his school and finds everything has changed and the year is 2022!

Where is he? How has time just passed by? Confused, surprised and shocked, Sanju is on the look out of some object or person who will identify him.

While boarding a bus he realises that there is no driver and everything is automatic. He manages to enter his house through eye scanner. On opening the door he sees everything covered and sealed - chairs, beds and cupboards. There is no one at home. Suddenly, Sanju hears someone's foot steps and hides. The person dumps a bag on the bed, which is full of currency. The person is San Ross.

San Ross enters the room and is busy working on his palm top when he hears the cop van coming. When Sanju and Ross meet, both take an instant dislike towards each other. Ross takes Sanju as hostage and escapes from the police. Through the conversation they realise that Ross is older Sanju and Sanju is young Ross, which means both are Sanju! One the past and other the future.

The coming episodes will have Sanju and Ross going through a series of adventures, mishaps, police encounters in their search for their parents' killers.

Sanju seems to be trapped in a decade unknown with futuristic gadgets which the channel hopes will have all eyes glued to SLBB 2022.

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