Amit Tandon's 'Good Night India' gets an extension of 24 episodes
Darpan News Desk IANS, 26 Apr, 2022 12:49 PM
Mumbai, April 26 (IANS) TV show 'Good Night India' is getting an extension as the makers have planned 24 more episodes owing to its popularity in the Indian households.
Comic artiste Amit Tandon, who made his debut on the small screens with the show is thrilled at the response to his show. In addition, it also achieved a rare feat of getting over hundred comedians on board.
Speaking on this, the comedian says, "We started 'Good Night India' with the aim of entertaining the audiences with a light-hearted family comedy show, and got lucky and feel humbled with the kind of response that we are getting for it."
As an entertainer, he is over the moon having witnessed such success as the show has clicked at large with its audience.
"Thrilled that the audience is connecting with the show on such a massive level, longing for more episodes. This is the best feeling! More laughter-filled episodes of 'Good Night India' on the way, fellas! Stay tuned", he added.
Amit Tandon is best known for 'Chalo Koi Baat Nahi', 'Comedy Premium League' and 'Comedians of the World'. 'Good Night India' is a flagship show of Sony Sab TV.
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