Zee TV has been a trend-setter & pioneer in shaping television content over the past three decades. Even during the pandemic with all folks spending longer than ever within the confines of our homes, Zee TV has been coitus interruptus all the stops to supply its loyal viewers and shake the daily rigmarole with a much-needed dose of entertainment. With its initial non-fiction offering slated to travel on air from 20th June, the channel endeavors to spread cheer and help everyone overcome the gloom through a celebration of the foremost ‘LOL‘ moments of the country’s favorite Bollywood stars. Called ‘The Happy Hour’, the show will air every Sunday at 9 pm ranging from 20th June, only on Zee TV.
Perking up the viewers’ weekend with a whole hour of unadulterated fun, The hour showcases a number of the simplest moments of light-hearted banter, fun and frolic, and pranks that are played by or on Bollywood’s biggest stars who have visited the sets of Zee TV’s non-fiction shows aired since 2010. Be it Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar’s goofy antics on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa or Govinda recreating his iconic steps on Dance India Dance, each of those moments is followed by these celebrities’ hilarious comments is unquestionably getting to tickle your crazy bone. While the funny flashbacks are bound to take us on an entertaining walk down memory lane, popular television actor and host Vighnesh Pandey alongside India’s Best Dramebaaz – Season 3 winner Dipali Borkar and contestant Garvit Pareek are going to be seen adding their own adorable, bratty, quirky sense of humor as they turn hosts for this unique show.
The spirited trio is going to be seen putting their dramebaazi to good use as they combat different avatars of iconic characters and regale you with their cute antics. They’re going to be those who will stitch each of those funny flashback moments together and narrate it all as a hilarious story on The Happy Hour!
Ecstatic about hosting the show, Vighnesh Pandey said, “It is fascinating to form a comeback on television after a year’s break and that I couldn’t invite a far better return than with The hour. it’s a show which will surely spread cheer and joy in these testing times. it’s very unique and can give me a chance to require up to different characters for a couple of gags acts, instead of just being a ventriloquist. I’m also really excited to be working with Zee TV once more also as my co-hosts, Garvit and Dipali. we’ve all seen their potential in India’s Best Dramebaaz 3, Garvit may be dynamite and Dipali is an expression princess.