With Women's day approaching, the 44th episode of 'Waah Waah Kya Baat Hai' features some of the talented poetesses of the country. The participants of the special episode are Sarojini Pritam, Sarita Sharma, Shabeena Adeeb, Devkaran Meghavanshi, Kavya Mishra (Chhupa Rustom) and Munawwar Rana who is the Sammanit Kavi.
Sarita Sharma, Shabeena Adeeb & Munawwar Rana presented some very good poems but without the usual dose of humour. Sarita Sharma recites a poem on female foeticide while Munawwar Rana's poem on 'Maa' is sure to touch the listeners' hearts. To lighten up the atmosphere, Sarojini Pritam, Devkaran Meghavanshi, Kavya Mishra provide some comic relief with their funny couplets. Do tune in to the episode that is sure to bring smile on your lips and tears in your eyes!
Anchored by Shailesh Lodha & Neha K. Mehta, 'Waah Waah Kyaa Baat Hai' is a humorous hourly weekend show. The concept of the show is loosely based on the old tradition of 'Haasya Kavi Sammelan'. Produced under the banner of 'Neela Telefilms' by Asit Kumarr Modi, the show is telecast every Saturday & Sunday at 10 Pm on SAB TV.
The program showcases many established poets tickling the funny bone of the viewers. Every week there is a theme such as Women, Children, Imagination, relationship, marriage to which participating poets base their creations. Another interesting segment is 'Chhupa Rustom' where unknown poets get to showcase their talents. But, the highlight of the show is the section that provides a platform for emerging poets called 'Aam aadmi ki kavitayein'.
"Today there is no platform to promote lyricists and poets. Writing and poetry are not given their due importance. Through this show we are trying to revive the interest in poetry, particularly in 'hansya kavita'," comments the producer Asit Kumarr Modi. Their other serial 'Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah' has completed more than 1000 episodes.
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