Disney to air 'Break Time Masti Time' in October

MUMBAI: Disney channel is set to air Break Time Masti Time, a two-minute interstitials, in October.

Break Time Masti Time aims to showcase "the spirit of growing up years captured on camera through a school corridor."

Each segment of the interstitials is six minutes long which is again divided into three mini-stories of two minutes each. These stories will be aired daily between 6 pm to 7 pm.

The interstitial will have nine main characters dealing with "typical" school problems like surprise tests, competitions and quiz contest. It is a varied but close group of friends who share emotions, thoughts, experiences and offer each other advice, claims the channel.

Walt Disney Television International (India) SVP and MD Antoine Villeneuve said, “Disney Channel aims to connect with the audience through their own idioms. Break Time Masti Time reflects the lives of tweens, their dreams and their aspirations. It echoes the voice of its audience through its distinctive themes, characterisations and unique storytelling technique."

The format is already running in Italy, Australia and USA.

Disney Channel has roped in a cast of young actors such as Devansh Doshi, Sagar Sawarkar, Parth Muni, Benazir Shaikh, Tanvi Hegde, Shivshakti Sachdevhas, Umang Jain, Rahul Joshi and Akash Bhatija who have already featured in various serials such as – Studio Disney, Son Pari on Disney Channel, Hungama TV series- Hero, Disney Channel’s comedy sitcom – Agadam Bagadam Tigadam, among others.

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