“This show will have a huge impact on the audience” says Swami Ramdev who graced the sets of Zee TV’s first ever devotional singing reality show Swarna Swar Bharat
A channel that has been a trendsetter and marked many firsts in the history of reality television, Zee TV is all set to introduce a first-of-its-kind devotional singing reality show - Swarna Swar Bharat. The show will celebrate Indian values and take us back to our roots through a unique blend of insightful and relatable stories narrated in verse and soulful devotional music cutting across all demographics. Produced by Fathom Pictures and Kailasa Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., Swarna Swar Bharat is a humble contribution to the Honorable Prime Minister’s noble initiative – ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav - the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence’ that endeavours to celebrate our rich cultural heritage across the world. The show will have renowned poet Dr. Kumar Vishwas and veteran singers – Padmashree Kailash Kher and Padmashree Suresh Wadkar as judges and they will evaluate performances of the contestants on parameters of sur, bhaav and saar. Popular actor Ravi Kishan will be seen as the host.
While the show has already begun creating buzz across the country even before it has begun, viewers will get to witness the iconic Swami Ramdev gracing the show with his presence as a special guest in one of the show's initial episodes. While on the show, he spoke at length about how our country will grow even more powerful in the years to come. His views on the Indian culture and roots of Indian music will be an eye-opener for many!
Sharing his views on the show, Swami Ramdev said, “This show will have a huge impact on the audience because nothing of this sort has ever happened before. The show attempts to present our rich Indian culture to the whole world through the medium of soulful, devotional music. The roots of Indian culture will bloom from their sangeet and this platform will let the contestants share their art with the whole world. Singers of higher stature will come out from this show and I’m sure they’ll do pretty well. Through the show, our nation will get a new vision and it will take viewers back to their Sanatan Dharam roots through the path of devotional music."