SAB TV’s FIR brings to you a spine-chilling Zombie sequence!

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Tune into FIR to catch up on all the excitement and power-packed performances from Monday to Friday at 10:30 pm only on SAB TV!

For the first time ever, SAB TV brings to its viewers the joy of experiencing a zombie attack. Its popular show FIR will be soon telecasting an interesting sequence that will leave the viewer’s thoroughly entertained.

The track unfolds with an unusual case that comes Inspector Jwalamukhi Chautala’s way. It seems like there has been some sort of a zombie invasion and they are killing people around town one by one, thus turning them all into zombies. Courageous and undaunted by anything, Inspector Jwalamukhi steps forward to solve this case under any circumstance. What she doesn’t know is what is in store for her. Soon with the help of Inspector GopinathGandola, when she gets to know of an Inspector who amongst them is a zombie himself, she decides to take this matter into her own hands and confront him. However, the zombie scare turns out to be true and Jwalamukhi gets bitten, only to turn into a zombie herself.

With a sequence of power-packed performances and transformative avatars that the stars get into, on FIR, the episode is all set to have the audiences completely soaked into the thought of ‘what happens next’!

Speaking of the sequence, an excited ChitrashiRawat stated, “It was so much fun shooting for this episode. It is a concept that the Indian television space hasn’t really ventured into much. From stepping into the get-up of a zombie to acting like one, everything about this sequence was absolutely great. The viewers are definitely in for a treat with this episode and I’m sure that they will all definitely enjoy watching it.”

Will Gopinath, Billu, Pappu and Malpuwa be able to help Inspector Jwalamukhi get rid of her zombie possession? Or will they all turn into zombies themselves? Well, we hear that there is a hero amongst them all. To know more, continue watching FIR and get absolutely entertained!

 

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Tuesday, June 18, 2013