ZEE TV to relive 2015 with ‘Jashn-e-Ummeed’

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ZEE TV will be reliving some memorable high points of 2015 with a special two-hour show called ‘Jashn-e-Ummeed’ this weekend.

So, as the stars do a recap of the most defining moments of 2015 through song and dance, the vivacious hosts Ali Asgar and Gaurav Gera will add their own flavor of masti to all the madness on the show. Bringing the romance alive on stage in the special Romantic act, Gurmeet Choudhary-Sargun Mehta and Vishal Singh-Sana Khan will floor everyone by their graceful moves and the romantic feel with which they perform to songs like ‘Sun Sathiya’, ‘Gulabo’, ‘Tung Tung Baje’.

As a part of the Special Achievement Act that raises a toast to films of 2015 that set the cash registers ringing, actors Karan Wahi, Gauahar Khan and Manav Gohil will enthrall viewers with their spunky act on Selfie Le Le Re,Welcome Back and Banno Tera Swagger. Another exciting highlight of the show will be an ode to the most iconic movie of the 90�۪s – ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ celebrating 1000 weeks. The tribute will be paid by the much adored love birds of television -Rithvik Dhanjani and Asha Negi who will recreate the magic of the iconic jodi SRK-Kajol on songs like Mere ‘Mere Khwabon Mein’, ‘Ruk Ja’ and others.

Funnyman Kiku Sharda and Rajiv Thakur will tickle the audience�۪s funny bone with their impersonation of Baba Ramdev and MSG. Gorgeous Puja Banerjee will have viewers in splits with her hilarious rendition of Radhe Maa. Adding an extra punch with their chemistry on the Retro special -Karan Tacker and Krystle Dsouza and Arjun Bijlani and Riddhi Dogra will groove to the remixed version of ‘Dheere Dheere Se’ & ‘Tumhe Apna Banane’. The two hour celebration will culminate with an act with hot steppers Mouni Roy, Gautam Gulati and Rashmi Desai on ‘Shaam Shandaar’.

‘Jashn-e-Ummeed’ will air on Sunday 27th December at 17:00 (India) and 19:00 (UK)

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