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SAB TV launches a new show Chandrakant Chiplunkar Seedi Bambawala


Comedy channel SAB TV launches its new show Chadrakant Chiplunkar Seedi  Bambawala on Wednesday at Mumbai.

It is a family entertainment show. The unique comedy, which revolves around a fireman by the same name, will start on August 10 at 10 PM and will be on air Monday to Friday. It is the first time on Indian television where the makers of the show have brought in a concept of fireman that has a tint of comedy and action.

Giving a little idea about the show, the show revolves around Chandrakant Chiplunkar, a middle class fire fighter, and his life. His wife, his family and his office provide light-hearted moments in the show. The Chipunkar family gets into a lot of eventful circumstances just because Chandrakant cannot decline any request. The TV series shall showcase the funny incidents that the firefighter gets involved in and the hilarious events that ensue after his cosmopolitan mix of extended family joins hands to assist him in his endeavours, often resulting in a comedy of errors.

The writer of ‘RK Laxman Ki Duniya’ and ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’, Dharmesh Mehta from NamanRaj Productions has conceptualised as well as produced the show.

Dharmesh Mehta expressed his views about the show, “We have had an excellent relationship with SAB TV. In the past too, we have worked together on shows like Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, R K Laxman Ki Duniya, Paapad Pol, etc. Most of our successful shows have been with SAB TV. With Chandrakant Chiplunkar Seedi Bambawala, we aim to offer viewers a look into the life of an ever-so-selfless firefighter and the funny situations he gets into.”

The cast of the show has some veterans from Marathi theatre. Playing Chandrakant Chiplunkar is Prashant Damle and Kavita Lad will essay the role of his wife. The show has also good acors like Shashikant Dwivedi, Naina Apte, Anang Desai, Ashish, Drisha to name a few.

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