India TV Is Introducing Its Diwali Dhamaaka Comedy Show ‘Fakir-E-Azam’

This festive season India TV is introducing its Diwali Dhamaaka - “Fakir-e-Azam”, a comedy show that is sure to give you relief from all the tension around. Set in the Pakistani Prime Minister’s office Fakir-E-Azam is a political satire that focuses on the day to day struggles of the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, that faces in the his office. The show follows Imran Khan, as he goes about his daily routine, calling heads of various countries trying to get his agenda across, but no one seems to take him seriously, instead they make fun of him, threaten him and humiliate him, the situation reaches a point where he gets frustrated and ends up making fun of himself.

 Imran is often seen mumbling to himself that no one listens to him, as most people he calls keep the phone down without listening to what he has to say. Besides trying to connect with heads of other countries Imran Khan is seen struggling with the problems within his own ranks and often trying to solve issues caused by their actions. Besides all this the most important thing that Imran Khan wants to talk about is India and how he feels threatened by Modi’s regime as they take immediate action as compared to the previous regime who did nothing. The other thing that features in Imran Khan’s conversation, which also gives the show its title ‘Fakir-e-Aazam’,  is the fact that Pakistan’s economy is in shambles, it is literally a bankrupt state and that is why Imran Khan is asking every one for money specially China, by painting a sorry picture of Pakistan.

 The show Fakir-e-Azam tries to be as current to the situation in Pakistan, but also touches topics that have been permanent fixture of the countries landscape, terrorism and Kashmir. Renowned voiceover and character artist Vishwas Kapoor creates some hilarious moments to this show as he plays the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.


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