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Zoom takes the humour plank with ‘Haff Hour Laff Hour’ show

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Zoom takes the humour plank with ‘Haff Hour Laff Hour’ show

Zoom has launched a comedy band – ‘Haff Hour Laff Hour’ – which would star Sajid Khan and Suresh Menon. The show premiered on January 26, 2007 and will air every Friday at 8.30 pm.

The show would be a stand-up comical rhapsody with Khan and Menon taking the viewers on a roaring laughter trip disguised as popular personalities from Bollywood, cricket, and music. Right from spoofing celebrity interviews, to reviewing Bollywood movies in their witty style, the duo will give their expert fake-take on the latest news trends, fashion, politicians and celebrities who are in the news for all reasons.

“This association with Zoom is turning out to be a fabulous experience. We hope to offer a fresh twist to comedy via the show,” said Khan.

Describing the show as “Sajid-Suresh unplugged”, Menon said, “We welcome you to our mad house to watch out for complete madness.”


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