Late Night Show! : The New Movers And Shakers
Late Night Show

The Concept is similar to Movers & Shakers which broke new grounds in Indian Television. The major difference being that we will play to the strength of material: the stand-up routine and go less heavy on the Gags…and focus on really entertaining and funny conversations for the Interview segment. The stand-up has always earned the maximum TRPs for Movers & Shakers and as the same Creative and Writing team is making this new exciting show we can expect the same if not higher level of hilarious content. A nice and long stand-up, supported by guest appearances by celebrities and zany Gags in and out of the studio - particularly on the streets of the country including small towns, will make this show really stand up and deliver. (these segments will be done by a rotating team of the best comic talents)

Sumeet Raghvan the Host *  Sumeet wins Jury Award for Best Actor in a comic role for "Sajan re jooth mut bolo" at The Indian Telly Awards 2010.
Sumit Raghvan

Anyone who has ever watched TV, or is interested even remotely in Marathi Theatre, or has seen classy movies lately, is bound to be familiar with Sumeet Raghavan! He is by far the most versatile of performers, having been in the entertainment industry for over 25 years. Sumeet has made an indelible impression on people’s minds through Theatre, TV, Bollywood, Classical Music, Ads and lots more!.

Abhigyan Jha : the man behind Late Night Show !
Abhigyan Jha

Abhigyan Jha is best known as the director of the film Sacred Evil, as well as the executive producer, creative director, and script editor of the popular Indian Late Night Show - Movers and Shakers. He also wrote the novel November Rain in December 1993, published by Abhigyan and Mrinal under the imprint 'Utopia'. Based on an incident of reincarnation that he experienced, the story led Zee Television to convert it into an episodic primetime television series called Tum Bin Jaoon Kahan, which aired on India's national television in 2003-2004. Abhigyan has since been writing stories and screenplays for both Indian and international media. One of his novels, The Prayer, will be converted into an international movie, ahead of its publication as a fictional book.

Late Night Show ! : Credits
ANCHOR/HOST :Sumeet Raghvan


LEAD WRITERS:Varun Grover & Rahul Patel


ADDITIONAL SCRIPT BY :Rahul Chaudhury, Jeevak Muntode, Vivek Viswam & Anil Goel

GUEST CONTRIBUTORS :N. Madhavan, Animesh Pathak




SETS DESIGNED BY : Samir Chanda (Artz) with special thanks to Subhajyoti


EDITORS : Altaf Shaikh, Sunder Lal & Pramod Maurya

SOUND : Sanjay Dhingra

THE SCRUBBER BAND (BASICALLY THE RUBBER BAND WITH A PIECE OF S THROWN IN) : Kedar Mulani on Drums, Mithila Lad (Vocals), Joy On Keyboards, Manoj on the Lead Guitar and Crosby on the Bass.


TITLE TRACK SUNG BY : Sumeet Raghvan

TITLE TRACK COMPOSED BY : Claver (member of the original Rubber Band of Movers & Shakers)

SHOW PACKAGING : Rashi Thakur, Jeevak Muntode & Varun Grover with additional, crucial and inevitable inputs from Rahul Patel

Last but never The Least,
PRODUCED BY : Mrinal Jha for Undercover Productions

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