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Sony Sab's ‘Hero - Gayab Mode On’ to launch on 7 December

The impressive set offers an entire alien spaceship interior with all hi-tech features.

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MUMBAI: Sony Sab is all set to launch its flagship show of the year, Hero - Gayab Mode On. With the power of invisibility as a distinctive element in the story, blended with a gripping storyline, Hero - Gayab Mode On will premiere on 7 December, and air every Monday-Friday at 8 pm.

Hero - Gayab Mode On is about the incredible journey of a common man, Veer (Abhishek Nigam) and his quest to find his father. Veer's life takes an exciting turn when he chances upon a miraculous ring, which upon wearing gives him the power of invisibility. The ring can only be worn and owned by someone who has the inherent virtues of kindness, courage, selflessness, nobility and empathy. At the same time, it also has the power to corrupt and degrade the weak hearted, making them vicious. But Veer decides to use this superpower for good, making him the Hero. However, Veer’s prized possession is also desired by the evil aliens of the outer world and here begins Hero’s real challenge to save humanity.

Introducing Abhishek Nigam in the lead role of Veer aka Hero, the show also stars Manish Wadhwa as Amal Nanda, Ajay Gehi as Shukracharya, Yesha Rughani as Zaara, Nitish Pandey as Mama and twins Surabhi and Samriddhi as sisters Sweety & Meethi, along with a host of supporting cast.

The channel has ensured no stone is left unturned to impress the audience with its state-of-art graphics, elaborate costume designs, visual effects, and one of the grandest sets designed for a sci-fi show like this. The impressive set offers an entire alien spaceship interior with all hi-tech features like sliding doors, long spaceship corridors, round monitors and giant chairs amongst other elements.

Sony Sab business head Neeraj Vyas said, “We at Sony Sab have always endeavoured to create shows that leave a lasting impact on the minds of the viewers. The stories that we weave, the characters that we create, are all rooted in our deep understanding of our ever-evolving audience and their developing tastes in entertainment. With Hero – Gayab Mode On, we are upping the ante with the introduction of an interesting new character - a superhero; supported by a brilliant star cast, in a perfect amalgamation of science fiction backed by state-of-art production. It gives us immense pleasure in bringing to our audience a story that is full of hope and heart, a story which the entire family can enjoy together.”

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