Wah! Wah! Kya Baat Hai!
|Wah! Wah! Kya Baat Hai!|
|Created by||Asit Kumarr Modi|
|Written by||Bharat Kukreti|
|Directed by||Pankaj Sudheer Mishra|
|Theme music composer||Lakhan Sinha|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|Running time||Approx. 48 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Neela Tele Films Private Limited|
|Original network||SAB TV|
|Original release||15 September 2012 –|
29 December 2013
Wah! Wah! Kya Baat Hai! is an Indian comic poetry series produced by Neela Tele Films Private Limited which premiered on September 15, 2012 on SAB TV. The series was hosted by Shailesh Lodha and Neha Mehta.
The format of the show is based on 'Haasya Kavi Sammelan', which will retain the essence of ‘hasya kavita’, making it less severe, without trivializing the poetry. In every episode, three noteworthy poets of Hindi literature are invited. It also has a segment called 'chupa rustam' in which the performers who are not much popular are invited and given a chance to recite their poem in front of the whole audience and are awarded 'smriti chinha' (award and prize )and are encouraged to carry out doing such task. And at last some small clip are shown concluding that common man can also resite hasya kavita and gives a message that every person has a poet inside him.
Many renowned Hindi Hasya Kavis, Geetkaars (Songwriters) and Urdu Shayars have recited their poems in this show. Among them Sardar Tuktuk, Suryakumar Pandey Arun Gemini, Shambhu Shikhar, Chirag Jain, Sanjay Jhala, Santosh Anand, Hariom Panwar, Anjum Rehbar, Anamika Jain Ambar, Suresh Albela Praveen Shukla, Kunwar Bechain, Rahat Indori, Nida Fazli, Ravindra Jain, Mujawar Malegavi, Sunder Malegavi, Dr. Vishnu Saxena, Haresh Chaturvedi, Pradeep Chobey, Surendra Dubey, Popular Meeruthi, Mahendra Ajanabi, Vedprakash Ved, Padma Albela, Mahesh Dubey and Dinesh Diggaj got immense popularity through this show.
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- "Comedy on revival track: Shailesh Lodha". Sandeep Rawat - Tribune India. March 4, 2013.
- "New Poetry Concept, Wah Wah Kya Baat Hai". The Times of India. April 13, 2013.