Comedy Ka Badsshah, Hasegaa India starting 23rd February, 9 pm On Sony TV

MUMBAI: After a much needed break of a month, Rakhi Sawant is back again on Sony Entertainment Television with the first comedy of its kind, Comedy Ka Badshah, haseega India. A real laugh riot starting February 23rd, 2007 at 9 pm, every Friday.The king of comedy, Raju Srivastav is going to host this brand new comedy show, with Rakhi as judge to the comedians and young talent particpating in this show.A popular fellow comedian will join Raju in an entertaining tete a tete.


And that's not All, the show will showcase a special segment called, 'Hamari Bahu Rakhi Sawant' where Rakhi plays herself in a role of a modern, sexy, flirtatious and extrovert daughter-in-law of Khirmani family.Also you will watch Abhishek Awasthi playing Rakhi's devoted husband. A combination of spoofs, gags and stand-up comedy show with Rakhi's hilarious nakhras is bound to set you on a laughing hysteria. To add some more excitement to the funny proceedings will be a glamorous guest from the world of showbiz each week that will just not be mannequin on display but be part of the comic caper. There's more to this funny business. Every week two new comic talents will be pitted against each other to vie for the crown of the 'king of comedy'. Raju along with the Rakhi Sawant and a celebrity judge will judge the winner who will be the roll-over contestant in the next episode to be pitted against the next new comic talent the following week.

According to Sandiip Sikcand, "At SET, it has been our constant endeavor to offer content that is relatable, fresh and entertainment across all age groups. We have been presenting a great mix of variety entertainment…There is reality, drama, thriller. With the launch of Comedy Ka badsshah, hasegaa India, we bring to our viewers the much awaited flavour-Comedy."

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