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SAB strengthens its comedy offering with new weekly show ‘Funny’

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SAB strengthens its comedy offering with new weekly show ‘Funny’

Youth entertainment channel SAB is adding to its laughter quotient, with a new weekly show, ‘Funny’. The show, which is about a family of three generations who goof things up with all the right intentions, premieres on December 24 and will air on Mondays at 8.00 pm.

Anooj Kapoor, Business Head, SAB, said, “The addition of ‘Funny’ to our line-up of shows has further rejuvenated our programming. We at SAB constantly look at innovative concepts and ideas to provide refreshing programmes to our viewers. The launch of the show aims at strengthening our comedy content and offers complete entertainment to our audience.”

The show is a family entertainer with an extra dose of humour. The story revolves around Gajraj Motwani, father of four children, who is still a little boy for his mother who thinks that he has never grown up. The Motwanis face a new problem almost everyday. But as luck would have it, things return to normalcy somehow, until the next problem crops up.


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