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09-27-2012, 05:56 PM #1
SAB TV transports you to Fairy Land
It is not just children who believe in fairies. Many adults too love fairies and believe in them in their own way. Baal Veer, a tale about fairies helping mortals will be telecast on SAB TV from October.
As we reported earlier this morning about SAB TV's all new show Baal Veer, we now bring to you the concept along with the details of the grand launch of the show.
SAB TV launched their new show Baal Veer (produced by Vipul Shah) at Novotel in Mumbai on September 26th. The event started off with a 'cat walk made in heaven' where all the beautiful girls playing fairies on Baal Veer walked the ramp. We were then introduced to the child hero Baal Veer, who as a baby is abandoned by his parents on earth to be adopted by fairies who take the blessed child to heaven and bring him up as their own child.
Rani Pari (Karishma Tanna) heads this exotic fairy land with varied beautiful fairies. However no show is complete without a negative character; this show being no exception. Though the term may sound like an oxymoron there is a beautiful Bhayankar Pari (essayed by Shama Sikander) who creates havoc on Earth with her evil powers.
Baal Veer, the super child endowed with godly powers shuttles between heaven and Earth saving kids like him from bullies and other injustices. He befriends two earthlings Manav and Meher who are consistently troubled by two kids.
Anooj Kapoor, EVP and Business Head of SAB TV said, "It's a very large scale venture from our side which is a mythical fiction. We have upped the production value, quality and even the scale at which TV shows are made today. It's a landmark show for SAB TV as it's a completely new genre of magic coupled with special effects. A family entertainer and visual delight, all in one. Previously our fantasy shows Gilli GillI Gappa and Ring Wrong Ring were quite well received with high ratings."
This sweet fantasy tale will debut on SAB TV on 8th October. It will be telecast from Monday to Friday at 8pm. As the popular saying goes, "If you believe in fairies clap your hands." This show with an innovative concept surely deserves a huge round of applause. India-forums will bring you more articles and interviews on this show.