Shemaroo TV’s ‘Waah Bhai Waah’ hits a century
Mumbai: Shemaroo TV’s marquee show, Waah Bhai Waah marks a new milestone of completing 100 episodes. The show, which features Shailesh Lodha as host, will present its centennial episode on Monday, 26 September from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The landmark episode will have a special guest of honour, Prince Lakshyaraj Singh of Mewar, who will join the show to commemorate this joyous occasion. As an addition to the celebration, this time seven poets will grace the stage for this centennial special episode.
Launched in June this year, the show has been receiving an overwhelming response and love from its audiences for bringing out the best of poetry and humour. Along with Shailesh Lodha, the show regularly features other renowned poets who are known to tickle your funny bone with their poetic talent as they see the lighter side of everyday life.
Speaking on this milestone, Shemaroo Entertainment chief operations officer broadcasting business Sandeep Gupta commented, "We have consistently strived to keep our content as per the ever-evolving entertainment needs of our audiences with distinguished content offerings. The awe-inspiring love that we have received from our audiences for ‘Waah Bhai Waah’ has been increasing, which goes to show that hard work and innovation are imperative for success."
He added, "The remarkable performances by all the poets, accompanied by Shailesh Lodha’s witty poetry equipped with emotions, have been well received by audiences not only across age groups but even from all parts of the country."
Jubilant about the landmark milestone, actor and host of the show, Shailesh Lodha said, "I am ecstatic to see the kind of response we have received from the audiences across the country, which again proves that poetry has always been the soul of the country. The fact that we have unearthed the talent of so many poets is a testament to all the efforts, especially by Shemaroo TV, for providing such a huge platform to many. I am sure that we will continue to achieve many more such milestones together."