Laugh it out with Lallan aka Sunil Grover on Weekend Popkorn Laughter Destination on Zoom

MUMBAI: Zoom, India's premier glamour and lifestyle channel is all geared up to tickle your funny bone and make laughter your destination through its Weekend Popkorn Laughter Destination Special, all of September.

This captivating comic bonanza on Zoom promises to be fun unlimited with four of the best known faces of Indian comedy making a serious attempt to anchor this show in their well-known wacky and side-splitting ishtyle!

The hilarious Suresh Menon; Lallan aka Sunil Grover, popular for his trademark spoofs of leading Bollywood stars; the suave and smart Semi Girebal aka Cyrus Sahukar and the witty Ranvir Sheorey have been on a mission to make you laugh with their zany humour from 2 September to 23 September, every Saturday at 8.00pm.

This Saturday, 9 September 2006, Zoom will continue its high profile comedy drama with Lallan aka Sunil Grover of the Lallan Chala Hero Ban Ne fame. During the show, while playing a brilliant spoof on Amitabh Bachchan's remarkable performance in Deewar, Lallan says, "Hamaarey baapu na kabhi hanstey they na hansaatey they iss liye gaanv mein logon ne hamaarey hath pe likh diya 'Mera Bap Bore Hai' aur friends is kalank ko mitaaney hum manoranjan ki dunia mein aa gaye'. Besides his other hilarious Bollywood spoofs, witty Lallan asks people "Kya Aap jaantey hain ki koi bhi devta computer kyon nahi seekh paaye???? Kyonki bhaiya MOUSE to ganpati ke paas tha."

The Weekend Popkorn Laughter Destination series will ensure that you laugh your heart out every weekend and at the same time get round- up of the best gossip, stories, interviews and reports from the world of television and film for the week.

So Zoom in this Saturday, 9 September 2006 at 8 p.m. to know the secrets as to how our dear Munna Bhai MBBS who does an X Ray for people without the X Ray machine, all this and much more with the lovable Lallan?

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