New Delhi: Having celebrated the singing and dancing talents of the masses and made heroes out of India’s common man, Zee TV is all set to provide a national platform for India’s acting talent! A pioneer at introducing unique, homegrown non-fiction formats like ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ and ‘Dance India Dance’ that have captured the pulse of the audience, Zee TV announces a brand-new reality show with a differentiated concept. Aptly titled ‘India’s Best Dramebaaz’, the talent hunt show will put children in the age range of 5-12 years through a series of tasks and challenges that will groom them as actors and test their creativity, spontaneity and acting capabilities.
Sonali Bendre: Her radiant beauty and poise made her a supermodel at the very beginning of her career. She wowed the audience in her first film and walked away with the Most Promising Newcomer award across a number of award shows in 1994. Ever since, there has been no looking back for this stunning diva as she charmed millions of fans with her winsome smile and believable performances across blockbusters like Sarfarosh, Duplicate, Zakhm, Diljale and Hum Saath Saath Hain. Her riveting performance in the Marathi film Anahat got her wide critical acclaim and popular awards too. Her forays on television have been met with an overwhelming response from her fans who cannot seem to get enough of her.
Vivek Oberoi: Our third and final judge is a film heartthrob making his debut on television. His hard hitting performance in his initial films like Company, Road and Dum fetched him every Promising Newcomer award. But it was Saathiya that made him every Indian girl’s dream boy overnight. His villainous turn in Shootout at Lokhandwala fetched him a deluge of awards. He packed in punch after punch with bravura performances across films like Masti, Yuva, Kisna and Rakht Charitra. Vishal Bharadwaj’s Omkara saw him in his element as an actor and his performance drew rave reviews. Today he’s all set to make his mark on the small screen.
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