Sony to fill up 8 pm slot with 'Waar Parriwar'

Sony to fill up 8 pm slot with 'Waar Parriwar'

MUMBAI: After filling up the one hour band from 10 pm, Sony Entertainment Television is ready with a reality show to take up the early prime time slot. This time it is a musical show called Waar Parriwar, which is a singing competition between the entire family.


Waar Parriwar hits the screens on 28 April and will be aired Monday to Wednesday from 8 pm till 9 pm.


Twelve best musical families will compete for the title of ‘Sangeet Ka Gharana‘. Each family on the show is a celebrity family in their own region, city, town as far as the music is concerned.


Commenting on the show, Sony Entertainment Television EVP and business head Albert Almeida said, "Music is the universal language that transcends all barriers. In a culturally rich country like ours, it is music that brings families together. Be it a wedding celebration, birth of a child, anniversaries or festive celebrations, music plays an important role in bonding people. Through this new musical show Waar Pariwaar? we hope to light up every home and heart and take family television viewing to a new level."


Hosted by Urmila Mtaondkar, the show will bring some of the stalwarts from the music industry as judges every week.


It also has two members from the singing family - Usha Mangeshkar and Hridaynath Mangeshkar - as the resident gurus training the participants.








The first judge of the show is music composer Ismail Darbar and his wife Ayesha Darbar.


The show is produced and directed by Gajendrra Siingh‘s Saibaba Productions.

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